My Yale PhD Dissertation: The Statics and Mechanics of Social Institutions
My Yale PhD Dissertation, The Statics and Mechanics of Social Institutions consists of 3 papers:
A Modified Lewisian/Hartian Account of Social Conventions
Hart’s Fatal Mistake in The Concept of Law and How to Fix It
A Non-Ideal Account of Meaning, Based Upon a Modified Lewisian/Hartian Account of Social Conventions
I meant for my Dissertation to include an agent-based computational model and simulations in Matlab of how social institutions arise in a population, evolve, devolve, and, eventually, collapse, as well as an empirical social psychological study on the nature of authority, the nature of legitimacy, and the nature of the relationship between the two. But, I just couldn’t get it done, what with the Yale Administration waging a global vilification and defamation campaign against me.
Here is the pdf of my Yale PhD Dissertation, The Statics and Mechanics of Social Institutions:
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