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The Springer Volume on "Minimal Cooperation and Shared Agency" that I have edited is published!
Here's the table of content:
Anika Fiebich: Minimal Cooperation (editorial introduction)
Kirk Ludwig: What is Minimally Cooperative Behavior?
Cédric Paternotte: Joint action: why so minimal?
Shaun Gallagher: Conversation, context, and joint action
Glenda Satne and Alessandro Salice: Shared Intentionality and the Cultural Evolutionary Hypothesis
Katherine Ritchie: Minimal Cooperation and Group Roles
Stephen A. Butterfill and Elisabeth Pacherie: Towards a Blueprint for a Social Animal
Michael Wilby: Modest Sociality, Minimal Cooperation and Natural Intersubjectivity
Francesco Guala: Solving the Hi-lo Paradox: Equilibria, Beliefs and Coordination
Abraham Roth: Proprietary Reasons and Joint Action
Corrado Sinigaglia and Stephen A. Butterfill: Motor Representation and Action Experience in Joint Action
Santiago Arango-Munoz and Kourken Michealian: From collective memory ... to collective meta-memory?