• Erik W. Aslaksen


This chapter identifies and discusses the salient features of the interaction between individuals from the point of view of turning the individuals into a society.  In particular, we consider the effect of the interaction as persuasion, and a measure of the resulting transformation is the alignment of the identities, so that an individual's identity becomes a social product. The interaction is increasingly mediated by technology, which brings with it the possibiolity of third-party interferenc and modification of the adaptive action.

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  1. 1.Gumbooya Pty LtdAllambie HeightsAustralia

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