Norms as Mental Objects - From Normative Beliefs to Normative Goals

@inproceedings{Conte1993NormsAM,
  title={Norms as Mental Objects - From Normative Beliefs to Normative Goals},
  author={Rosaria Conte and Cristiano Castelfranchi},
  booktitle={MAAMAW},
  year={1993}
}
The study of norms (Ns) is recent but growing concern in the AI field (cf. [MOS92]; [SHO92]) as well within other formal approaches to social action, such as Game Theory (where theories of Ns began to appear long before, cf.[LEW69]; [ULL77]). The normative is an essential dimension of social life. An explicit model of such dimension is crucial for any theory of social action. Notions such as "social commitment" (cf. [GAS91]; [COH90]; etc.) "joint intentions", "teamwork" [COH91], "negotiation… CONTINUE READING
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