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Trust pp 133-145 | Cite as

In Search of a Foundation for an Open Society

  • Toshio Yamagishi
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Part of the The Science of the Mind book series (The Science of the Mind)

Abstract

As I wrote at the beginning, this book is written around the central message that collectivist societies produce assurance of security and destroy trust. In addition to this explicit message, this book has another, implicit message. The implicit ­message of this book is that we cannot think about human minds without considering their relationships to the social environment. Unlike the explicit message, this ­message is not the focus of discussion in this book. However, this constitutes the “meta theory” for my theory of trust, the main theme of this book.

Keywords

Opportunity Cost Evolutionary Game Central Authority General Trust Host Fish 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Behavioral Science Graduate School of LettersHokkaido UniversitySapporoJapan

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