Elster, Jon, The cement of society: a study of social order I Jon Elster. p. em. – (Studies in rationality and social change). Bibliography: p. Includes index. The question addressed in this challenging new book is: What binds societies together and prevents them from disintegrating into chaos and war? Elster. Bargaining and social norms Conclusion: the cement of society References. Jon Elster. Abstract. Preface and acknowledgements Introduction: the two problems Дж. Эльстер (Elster, ) приходит к выводу, что социальные нормы не.
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