This chapter briefly summarizes the main conclusions of the book. It lays out the core elements of the macrocognitive approach to collective mentality, and serves as a reminder that collective mentality is likely to be rare, and where it arises, quite minimal. These arguments are then briefly situated within a broader set of claims about social ontology and social epistemology.
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