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“…Importantly, pretend stipulations are assigned and respected by a small number of people, are not applicable to a wide community, do not constitute part of a wide web of function assignments, and are temporary and do not have consequences out of the context of the game scenario (Wyman & Rakoczy, 2011). This similar, yet simpler institutional structure of pretense deems participating in these episodes suitable as a cradle for understanding more complex social institutions (Rakoczy, 2007).…”
Section: Understanding Social Institutionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Importantly, pretend stipulations are assigned and respected by a small number of people, are not applicable to a wide community, do not constitute part of a wide web of function assignments, and are temporary and do not have consequences out of the context of the game scenario (Wyman & Rakoczy, 2011). This similar, yet simpler institutional structure of pretense deems participating in these episodes suitable as a cradle for understanding more complex social institutions (Rakoczy, 2007).…”
Section: Understanding Social Institutionsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In other words, they are experienced as having transcendental permanence. This, Bloch argues, is the result of the uniquely human capacity for imagination (see also Rakoczy, 2008 ; Wyman and Rakoczy, 2011 , for a cognate point).…”
Section: Another Look At Incestmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Importantly, they actively enforce norms toward third parties (e.g. Schmidt, Rakoczy & Tomasello, 2012;Wyman, Rakoczy & Tomasello, 2009;see Rakozcky & Schmidt, 2013;Schmidt & Tomasello, 2012, for reviews), even if norms do not directly involve them or are completely arbitrary (Rossano, 2012;. From 2 years of age, for instance, children intervene when someone does not conform to the norms (e.g.…”
Section: 2 Shared Norms and Conformitymentioning
confidence: 99%