Social wholes and parts

Mind 92 (366):219-238 (1983)
To what extend can genuinely mereological considerations apply to talk of wholes and parts in discussions of the relationship between individual persons and the social groups, etc. to which they belong?
Keywords philosophy of social science  methodological individualism
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DOI 10.1093/mind/XCII.366.219
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