Category:Social philosophy

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Social philosophy is the philosophical study of questions about social behavior (typically, of humans). Social philosophy addresses a range of subjects, from individual meanings to legitimacy of laws, from the social contract to criteria for revolution, from the functions of everyday actions to the effects of science on culture, from changes in human demographics to the collective order of a wasp's nest. The field has a number of sub-disciplines.

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