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Symmetry, Asymmetry, and Symmetry Breaking in Social Science[edit]

Book 1
Symmetry, Asymmetry and Symmetry Breaking
Symmetry and Symmetry groups
Symmetric function
Continuous symmetry
Noether's theorem
Discrete symmetry
Symmetry group
Affine transformation
Transformation (function)
Affine geometry
Homothetic transformation
Möbius transformation
Inversive geometry
Similarity (geometry)
Scale invariance
Power law
Information asymmetry
Symmetry Breaking
Symmetry breaking
Explicit symmetry breaking
Spontaneous symmetry breaking
Phase transition
Phase line (mathematics)
Phase plane
Phase space
Phase portrait
Parameter space
Cognition of Symmetry
Internal discourse
Dialogical self
Dialogical analysis
Relational dialectics
Reflective equilibrium
Dialectical monism
Symmetry of Logic
Binary relation
Logical connective
Logical conjunction
Logical disjunction
Logical biconditional
Exclusive or
Sheffer stroke
Logical NOR
Hasse diagram
Upward planar drawing
Relation algebra
Combinatorial design
Incidence matrix
Incidence structure
Order theory
Cyclic order
Ternary relation
Book 2
Symmetry and Social ?Science
Natural History of Social Life
Social relations
Marxist sociology
Relations of production
Character mask
Reciprocity (social psychology)
Identity management
Mask and identity
Moral character
Marx's theory of alienation
Generalized other
Reification (Marxism)
Commodity fetishism
Social Organization
Base and superstructure
Factors of production
Reproduction (economics)
Mode of production
Means of production
Means of labor
Class in Marxist theory
Class conflict
Private property
Class consciousness
Sociology of space
Cultural hegemony
Normative ethics
Virtue ethics
Deontological ethics
Pragmatic ethics
Symmetry and Game Theory
Strategy (game theory)
Game theory
Extensive-form game
Normal-form game
Core (game theory)
Nash equilibrium
Subgame perfect equilibrium
Markov perfect equilibrium
Risk dominance
Collective intentionality
Symmetric game
Chicken (game)
Prisoner's dilemma
Stag hunt
Correlated equilibrium
Evolutionarily stable strategy
Uncorrelated asymmetry
Stochastic game