1. Steven A. Hetcher (2004). Norms in a Wired World. Monograph Collection (Matt - Pseudo).
    Social order is regulated from above by the law but its foundation is built on norms and customs, informal social practices that enable people to make meaningful and productive uses of their time and resources. Despite the importance of these practices in keeping the social fabric together, very little of the jurisprudential literature has focused on a discussion of these norms and customs. In Social Norms in a Wired World Steven Hetcher argues that the traditional conception of norms as rule-like (...)
     
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  2. Steven A. Hetcher (2003). The Practice of Principle, Jules L. Coleman. Oxford University Press, 2001, XX+226 Pages. [REVIEW] Economics and Philosophy 19 (2):345-353.
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  3. Steven A. Hetcher (1991). Norms. Dissertation, University of Illinois at Chicago
    A philosophical conception of norms is developed and defended. Chapter I first examines the received view of norms in the social scientific and philosophical literature. On this view, norms are rule-like, an essentially subjective or internal conception. It will be argued, however, that norms are better described as patterns of behavior, an objective or external conception. The pattern view achieves a better fit with our intuitive understanding of norms, and is better suited to the role norms are to play in (...)
     
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