Thursday, May 10, 2018

Notes on Social Ontology Snapshot

I.  NOTES:

1 - PERSONHOOD (P)
- Six human goods:  Bodily survival, security and pleasure; Knowledge of Reality; Identify Coherence and Affirmation; Exercising Purposive Agency; Moral Affirmation; Social Belonging and Love.

2a - SOCIAL POSITION (SP)

2b - COMMUNITIES (C)

2c - ARTEFACTS (A)

3a - STATUS FUNCTIONS (SF)

3b - COLLECTIVE INTENTIONALITY (CI)

3c - DEONTIC POWERS (DP)

3d - DESIRE-INDEPENDENT REASONS FOR ACTION (DIRA)

3e1 - CONSTITUTIVE RULES (CR)

3e2 - REGULATIVE RULES (RR)

3f1 - INSTITUTIONAL FACTS (IF)

3f2 - BRUTE FACTS (BF)

4a - NORMATIVE INTERSECTIONALITY (NI)

4b - NORM CIRCLE (NC)


II. ARROWS LEGEND








III. ACRONYMS
- In alphabetical order
- Proponent is indicated in parenthesis

A - Artefacts (Lawson)
Ac - Acceptance (Searle)
Au - Authorizations (Searle)
BF - Brute Facts (Searle)
C - Communities (Lawson)
CI - Collective Intentionality (Searle)
CR - Constitutive Rules (Searle)
D - Duties (Searle)
DIRA - Desire-Independent Reasons for Action (Searle)
DP - Deontic Powers (Searle)
E - Entitlements (Searle)
HG - Human Goods (Smith)
I - Institutions (Searle)
IF - Institutional Facts (Searle)
NI - Normative Instrumentality (Elder-Vass)
NC - Norm Circle (Elder-Vass)
O - Obligations (Lawson)
Ob - Obligations (Searle)
P - Personhood (Smith)
Pe - Permissions (Searle)
R - Rights (Lawson)
Re - Requirements (Searle)
Rec - Recognition (Searle)
Ri - Rights (Searle)
RR - Regulative Rules (Searle)
SP - Social Positions (Lawson)
SF - Status Functions (Searle)


IV.  PROPONENT

1
- Smith, C. (2015). To Flourish or Destruct:  A Personalist Theory of Human Goods, Motivations, Failure, and Evil.  Chicago, Illinois: University of Chicago Press.

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-Lawson, T. (2012).  Ontology and the study of social reality: emergence, organization, community, power, social relations corporations, artefacts and money.  Cambridge Journal of Economics, 36, 345-385.
-Lawson, T. (2016).  Comparing Conceptions of Social Ontology: Emergent Social Entities and/or Institutional Facts?. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 46(4), 359-399.

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- Searle, J. (2010).  Making The Social World: The Structure of Human Civilization.  Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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-Elder-Vass, D. (2010).  The Causal Power of Social Structures.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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