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Organon F

2019, Pages 1–15

ISSN 2585-7150 (online) ISSN 1335-0668 (print)

Research Article

Genuinely Constitutive Rules

Bartosz Kaluziński

DOI (to be assigned)

Abstract

In this article I am going to argue that despite the fact that (1) there is nothing specific to the form of constitutive rules and (2) that in some broad sense every rule has a constitutive aspect, there is a substantial difference between what might be called trivially and genuinely constitutive rules, and the difference can be spotted by looking at practices that rules are supposed to constitute, not at these rules.

Keywords

Constitutive rules; deep conventions; regulative rules; rules of efficiency.

Author(s) and affiliation(s)

Author

Bartosz Kaluziński ORCID iD icon

Affiliation

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań

Address

Institute of Philosophy, Faculty of Social Sciences, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań Szamarzewskiego 89c, 60-568 Poznań, Poland

E-mail

bartosz.kaluzinski@amu.edu.pl 

About this article

Received

19 November 2018

Accepted

28 January 2019

Published online

17 March 2019

Publishers

Institute of Philosophy of the Slovak Academy of Sciences

Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences

Cite as

Kaluziński, B. (2019). Genuinely Constitutive Rules. Organon F, 1–15. https://www.organonf.com/journal/orgf-2019-26403

Copyright information

© Bartosz Kaluziński

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