This course examines the relationship between human cognition and the cultural-historical artefacts, such as formal institutions, that we live surrounded by.  

We will focus more specifically on emotions (such as feelings of attachment), on moral judgements (such as the condemnation of incest), on reasoning (including the use of numerical logics), on learning and knowing (including the cognitive consequences of literacy and schooling), and on cooperation (with a particular focus on economic coopration).

    Teacher: Picture of Charles Stafford