Examples of collective intentionality are joint intention and commitment, mutual belief, we-attitudes, collective acceptance and agreement, collective responsibility, etc.http://www.helsinki.fi/~pylikosk/collint/group.htmlCollective Intentionality and Sociality. Collective joint mental states and activities of a group of people exhibit collective intentionality or “aboutness”. The contents of those mental states and activities are shared by these people. Typical examples of collective intentionality are presented by joint intentions and mutual beliefs. Sociality concerns social relations. People may share collective intentional states or they may take others’ thoughts and actions into account when acting. This indicates two basic kinds of sociality. The term "collective intentionality" in the present context is understood to refer not only to phenomena of collective intentionality (e.g. joint intention and commitment, mutual belief, we-attitudes, collective acceptance and agreement, collective responsibility, and the like) but is also taken to cover collective action, social practices as well as social institutions and organizations.