- Title Pages
- 1 Might We Be Essentially Normative Animals?
- 2 On Social, Moral, and Linguistic Norms
- 3 There Ought to Be Roots
- 4 On the Human Addiction to Norms
- 5 On the Identification and Analysis of Social Norms and the Heuristic Relevance of Deviant Behaviour
- 6 On the Uniqueness of Human Normative Attitudes
- 7 The Evolution of Human Normativity
- 8 The Emergence of Moral Normativity
- 9 Joint Activities and Moral Obligation
- 10 The Development of Domains of Moral and Conventional Norms, Coordination in Decision-Making, and the Implications of Social Opposition
- 11 Moral Obligation from the Outside In
- 12 Language Evolution and Linguistic Norms
- 13 The Normative Nature of Language
- 14 Can There Be Linguistic Norms?
- 15 The Normativity of Meaning Revisited
- 16 Normative Guidance, Deontic Statuses, and the Normative Animal Thesis
- Name Index
- Subject Index
- The Normative Animal?
- Neil Roughley, Kurt Bayertz
- Oxford University Press
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