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Author: Nicolas Lindner

what follows, I will discuss those socio-cognitive abilities that lay the grounds for triangulation. Meltzoff and Brooks (2013) present a definition of gaze following that describes the behavior that precedes joint attention and is thus also relevant for this triangulation. First, I will therefore

In: Acting together
Author: Nicolas Lindner

’s definition of we-intention would take recourse to the notion of we-intention. Thus, he would try to characterize a notion based on this very notion, which is a circularity. It would also be a vicious circularity as the circle apparently is too small and does not offer new insights about the phenomenon

In: Acting together
Author: Nicolas Lindner

. With respect to Butterfill’s concept of shared goals, it even gets more obscure at first sight as they are by his definition »[…] not goals (they are complexes of states and relations) and do not by definition involve anything which is literally shared« (Butterfill, 2012, p. 37). At a first glance

In: Acting together