If one were to accept immaterialist position that Berkeley takes. how can it explain social reality? From what I understand, Berkeley does not deny existence of physical objects, he says that physical objects exist, but as "bundles of ideas". But how can one provide an explanation of social institutions, social facts and social reality in general in Berkeley's system?
Edit: how would one account for reality of social institutions, social phenomena, social facts and such in Berkeley's system? As in, the way social institutes are taken to exist is different from the way say, people or rocks exist in usual sense. I guess this difference will have to be accounted for in his system as well, only in terms of idealism.
This leads me to ask, how do you account for social transformation etc from Immaterialism of Berkeley.
Moreover, how can we arrive at social order from Berkeley's position in this line of thought? any recommendations of literature on this would be great as well.