|Title||Together : the rituals, pleasures and politics of cooperation|
|Imprint||New Haven : Yale University Press, 2012|
|Descript||xi, 323p. : ill ; 24 cm|
Introduction: the cooperative frame of mind. -- The social question: reformers in Paris explore a puzzle. -- The fragile balance: competition and cooperation in nature and culture. -- The 'Great unsettling': how the reformation transformed cooperation. -- Inequality: imposed and absorbed in childhood. -- The social triangle: how social relations become embittered at work. -- The uncooperative self: the psychology of withdrawal. -- The workshop: making and repairing. -- Everyday diplomacy: reformation conservation put to practical use. -- The community: practising commitment. -- Coda: Montaigne's cat.
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