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A. Bouvier, Sorbonne, Paris) has a teaching position at the University of Provence (Philosophy and Social Sciences) and a research position at the Institut Jean Nicod (Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris) He has worked on the relationships between Argumentation Theory and Rational Choice Theory. He is now especially interested in collective intentionality, both at the conceptual and empirical levels, p.20

P. Pettit, But he only envisages groups that have been constructed through real contracts (therefore explicit joint commitments; see above) His model has not yet been applied to scientific groups or its empirical relevance evaluated, although it could be. 4 There was an intermediate period at Copenhagen. According to Beller, as early as 1930, " young physicists ? were exposed automatically to the new philosophy .... most of them simply adopted the official interpretation without deep deliberation " (1999, 39) She adds Heisenberg was aware of this Heisenberg conceded that " a physicist more often has a kind of faith in the correctness of the new principles than a clear understanding of them, his 1930 book, which he dedicated to the " diffusion of the Copenhagen spirit, 2003.