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In the last few years, the philosophical community has witnessed an interest in highlighting the role of social factors in cognition and its development. This gave rise to new interdisciplinary research projects not only in philosophy, but also in social and psychological sciences. The introduction of theoretical notions such as “shared worldviews” or “shared intentionality” blurred the classical demarcation lines between social and psychological phenomena, and urged a more permissive interpretation of the relation between their respective ontologies. This special issue of Abstracta aims to contribute to this emerging field of research with contributions that approach the relation between psychological and social phenomena from a variety of perspectives.

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