Algebra of Conscience (second edition), 2001
Foreword by Anatol Rapoport
Acknowledgment to the first edition
Acknowledgment to the second edition
Introductory Chapter

Prologue to Part One
Introduction to Part One
Chapter I. Moral Cognition
Chapter II. Ethical Systems and Boolean Algebra
Chapter III. Boolean Algebra, Exponent, Logarithm
Chapter IV. Individuals, Reflexion, and Interaction
Chapter V. Automata with Semantics and Ethical Status
Chapter VI. A Formal Representation of Doubts and Feelings
Chapter VII. A Formal Comparison of Ethical Systems: Guilt, Condemnation, Doubt
Chapter VIII. A Formal Comparison of Ethical Systems: Doubts and Ethical Status
Chapter IX. Ethical Analysis of Artistic and Propagandistic Literature
Chapter X. Experimental Analysis of Normative Individuals
Chapter XI. The Principal of Maximization of the Ethical Status of One's Image of
Chapter XII. Feelings and Sacrifices
Chapter XIII. Formal Connections between Modules of Inner Structures and Individuals
Chapter XIV. Interaction. Activity and Its Measure
Chapter XV. Ethical Typology in the Novel
Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky
Chapter XVI. Ideology, Morality, and Political Organization
Chapter XVII. Generalization. Proof of Existence of Ethically Non-Measurable Situations
Conclusion. The Problem of Substantiating the Initial Axioms
Epilogue to Part One

Prologue to Part Two
Introduction to Tart Two
Chapter I. The Three-Faced Janus: An Initial Metaphor for the Model of the Subject
Chapter II. A Boolean Model of Bipolar Choice
Chapter III. Metachoice
Chapter IV. Modeling of Awareness
Chapter V. The Prisoner's Dilemma
Chapter VI. The Morality of Results and the Morality of Means
Chapter VII. A Boolean-Linear Model of the Subject
Chapter VIII. Examples of Modeling the Process of Choice
Chapter IX. Imitation of the Other
Chapter X. The Subject Controlling His Relationships with Another Subject
Chapter XI. Two Aspects of Choice
Chapter XII. Generalization of Classical Game Theory of 2x2 Zero-Sum game
Chapter XIII. Risk and Caution
Chapter XIV. The Non-Linear Model of the Subject
Chapter XV. Subject with a Quadratic Model of the Situation
Chapter XVI. Stream of Consciousness and Difference Equations
Chapter XVII. Stream of Consciousness and Acts of Awareness
Epilogue to Part Two

Appendix 1. Construction of Judgments about the Correctness of Images and
Appendix 2. Ethical systems and Multivalued Logics
Appendix 3. Self-Generation of Environments
Appendix 4. A Method of Calculating Mean Ethical Statuses
Appendix 5. Types of Adequacy of Reflexion
Appendix 6. Schemas of Empirical Procedures
Appendix 7. Tables
Appendix 8. Problems of Substantiating the Initial Axioms in an Arbitrary Environment
Appendix 9. Another Method of Presenting Individuals
Appendix 10. Representation of Completed Graphs with Polynomials
Appendix 11. The Principle of Complementarity and the Phenomenon of Interference
in the Algebraic Model of Ethical Cognition