4.1 Principles of Social Conviviality

An unfinished preliminary list of planned contents of this section is as follows:
  • What is Meant by Social Conviviality?
  • Terminology: Social Systems and Social Organisations
  • A Brief History of Social Theory from the Viewpoint of Conviviality
  • Economic Organisations seen as Implements
  • Political Organisations seen as Implements

This section's articles

Monday 11 June 2007
by  Administrator

1 What is Meant by Social Conviviality?

The term Social Conviviality refers to an approach in which social constructs such as social systems and social organisations are considered to be tools or mechanisms for the achievement of social and individual ends. As mentioned elsewhere on this site, in the article "Ideas as Tools", it has (...)