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Multi-Stakeholder Governance for Effectively Sharing Social Responsibility (Social Contracts, Deliberative Democracy and Endogenous Conformity)

Lorenzo Sacconi
2011 Social Science Research Network  
Finally, let us consider the idea of local social contracts, deliberative democracy and shared responsibility with respect to networks of agents linked not by "hierarchical" but heterogeneous social relations  ...  At minimum in fact, shared social responsibility is a matter of allocating responsibility among a number of public, private, individual or organized subjects in relation to social welfare principles and  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1778185 fatcat:w3iqpflnj5a7dfrnm6mposoeky

Introduction: democracy, diversity

Enrico Biale, Anna Elisabetta Galeotti, Federica Liveriero
2017 Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy  
as unsolvable, and will explore the role of the virtue of civility in improving respect-based interactions among agents and when civility has to give way to toleration, in case social standards are not  ...  and mechanisms of social cooperation in daily interactions among majority and minority members (Galeotti).  ... 
doi:10.1080/13698230.2017.1328087 fatcat:6jrupfx3ebdchcgmilhsmgy2ue

On designing migrating agents

Kaveh Hassani, Won-Sook Lee
2014 SIGGRAPH Asia 2014 Autonomous Virtual Humans and Social Robot for Telepresence on - SIGGRAPH ASIA '14  
Evaluation results suggest that the architecture supports migration by performing consistent deliberative and reactive behaviors.  ...  In the realm of multi-agent systems, migration refers to the ability of an agent to transfer itself from one embodiment such as a graphical avatar into different embodiments such as a robotic android.  ...  COGNITIVA [Spinola and Ricardo 2012 ] is a reactivedeliberative agent architecture that consists of reactive, deliberative and social layers.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2668956.2668963 dblp:conf/siggraph/HassaniL14 fatcat:3ijojep26zhdvn6he6wmjpw22i

What Can Political Freedom Mean in a Multicultural Democracy?

Clarissa Rile Hayward
2011 Political Theory  
systemic nondomination, which obtains when the terms of a power relation itself are responsive to those they affect.  ...  essay takes as its starting point an apparent tension between theories of democratic deliberation and democratic theories of multicultural accommodation and makes the case that many multiculturalists and deliberative  ...  This form of unfreedom, and its inverse-inter-agentive political freedom-are functions of the distribution among agents of the social capacity to influence the terms of collective life.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0090591711408245 fatcat:zec2k3qkmzhurknbjalhn3gbqu

Situated Action, Stucturation and Actor-Network Theory: An Integrative Theoretical Perspective

Robert B. Johnston
2001 European Conference on Information Systems  
This paper argues that the notion of viewing intentional action from the "ground view" of a situated agent is the essential theoretical move underlying these theories.  ...  The notion of situated action is developed systemically as an alternative to the widespread deliberative view of action, and it is shown that the key notions of Structuration and ANT arise out of this  ...  Expressed in terms of the way in which situations are presented to agents in response to their actions, the notion of structure used here can be applied to non-human agents and can include social and material  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/Johnston01 fatcat:aztbd6ccs5dz5ilalprgkoxjt4

Reactivity and Deliberation: A Survey on Multi-Robot Systems [chapter]

Luca Iocchi, Daniele Nardi, Massimiliano Salerno
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In particular, we propose a taxonomy of Multi Robot Systems and a characterization of reactive and social deliberative behaviors of the Multi Robot System as a whole.  ...  from the embodiment of agents operating in real environments.  ...  Cooperation among unaware robotic agents is the weakest form of cooperation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44568-4_2 fatcat:a6fu5hqkq5drjjzdrganugr2zu

Cognitive Architecture to Analyze the Effect of Intrinsic Motivation with Metacognition over Extrinsic Motivation on Swarm Agents

Ashwini Kodipalli
2018 International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)  
Goal setting theory of motivation is applied to the group of agents in order to analyse the intelligent behaviour of the agents.  ...  It also shows group performance of agents with metacognitive ability is better than the group of agents with extrinsic motivation exhibiting cognitive ability.  ...  Performance in swarm agents in SACA is high, because individuals are more responsible of their task when they work in a group.  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijece.v8i5.pp3984-3990 fatcat:xanali3epbafdmnn27lpfmm2wm

Page 476 of Ethics Vol. 49, Issue 4 [page]

1939 Ethics  
476 ETHICS ing moral responsibility among its citizens not only in the form of punishment and true punishability but also in the form of ethical rights and privileges.  ...  IV Elsewhere, I have written of the relativity of ethical values to the deliberative situation of each moral agent, indicating some senses in which objective moral judgments are not precluded by such relativity  ... 

SIMBA: An Approach for Real-Time Multi-agent Systems [chapter]

V. Julian, C. Carrascosa, M. Rebollo, J. Soler, V. Botti
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The architecture allows the communication among agents taking into account their hard temporal restrictions.  ...  The Artis agent architecture guarantees an agent response that satisfies all its critical temporal restrictions in a real-time environment.  ...  Several questions remain open with respect to new protocols for Artis agents in order to do complex cooperation or coordination processes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-36079-4_25 fatcat:6vmalnvokve45dy6w3quinorca

Inclusion as Deliberative Agency

Nicole Curato, Jonathan Corpus Ong
2014 Television & New Media  
agents" capable of facing their interlocutors, articulating, defending and considering one's views.  ...  A mediated deliberative system is inclusive if it (1) proactively gives visibility and voice to vulnerable groups to be seen and heard on their terms; and (2) allows those with less power to act as "deliberative  ...  peers in social life.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1527476414554401 fatcat:6znulefwarbrjouoyk4irq2jdq

Requirements for Multi-Agent Systems

Carla T. L. L. Silva, Jaelson Castro, Patricia Azevedo Tedesco
2003 Workshop em Engenharia de Requisitos  
The external viewpoint describes the social system structure and dynamics. It includes an Agent Model and an Interaction Model.  ...  Introduction Agent orientation has the potential to become a mainstream software engineering paradigm in response to the increasing complexity of today's software systems.  ...  ), as well as social dependencies among actors, including goal, softgoal, task and resource dependencies.  ... 
dblp:conf/wer/SilvaCT03 fatcat:cfijhydek5d4zg2sac4hv4ffsa

Deliberative Ecologies: Complexity and Social–Ecological Dynamics in International Environmental Negotiations

Jonathan Pickering
2019 Global Environmental Politics  
This article shows how the conceptual lens of "deliberative ecologies" can bridge these levels of analysis by integrating theories of deliberative systems with ideas from complexity theory and social-ecological  ...  ecologies perspective and thereby advance understanding of how discourses and deliberative practices diffuse through negotiating sites and how deliberation interacts with the social-ecological dynamics  ...  among actors.  ... 
doi:10.1162/glep_a_00506 fatcat:3ahrhbg7ofa5hpnbqht4cyjlqe

Activist Challenges to Deliberative Democracy

2001 Political Theory  
Screen and song celebrate social justice movements that protested in the streets when they were convinced that existing institutions and their normal procedures only reinforced the status quo.  ...  contemporary democratic theory rarely reflects on the role of demonstration and direct action. 1 Indeed, it might be thought that one of the major strains of contemporary democratic theory, the theory of deliberative  ...  Disagreement rages about the degree to which responsibility for such failure should be laid on those individuals and their families, or instead should be located in social institutions of education, social  ... 
doi:10.1177/0090591701029005004 fatcat:fhf5af7znrcnjn23r4xu7ujizi

Exploiting Social Commitments in Programming Agent Interaction [chapter]

Matteo Baldoni, Cristina Baroglio, Federico Capuzzimati, Roberto Micalizio
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Modeling and regulating interactions among agents is a critical step in the development of Multiagent Systems (MASs).  ...  In this paper we propose to model interaction protocols in terms of goals and commitments, and show how such a formalization promotes a deliberative process inside the agents.  ...  However, obligation-based protocols reduce agent interactions to messages that an agent is obliged to send to another agent; that is, social relationships among agents are not handled directly.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-25524-8_39 fatcat:3ovlxzlkvraudbnd2eq2cibgou

Social Situated Agents in Virtual, Real and Mixed Reality Environments [chapter]

M. Dragone, T. Holz, B. R. Duffy, G. M. P. O'Hare
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper details a framework for explicit deliberative control of socially and physically situated agents in virtual, real and mixed reality environments.  ...  The architecture presented in this paper embraces the fusion between deliberative social reasoning mechanisms and explicit tangible behavioural mechanisms for human-agent social interaction.  ...  in social deliberative interaction with humans.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11550617_15 fatcat:wuq3gb4xn5gh5fgxqn5cigzshq
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