Philosophy of the Social Sciences 48 (6):585-593 (2018)

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Elisabeth Pacherie
Institut Jean Nicod
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In his book, Understanding Institutions, Francesco Guala discusses two solutions to the problem of mindreading for coordination, the solution thinking approach proposed by Adam Morton and the team reasoning approach developed by Michael Bacharach, Robert Sugden, and Natalie Gold. I argue that the family resemblance between the two approaches is even stronger than Guala thinks.
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