First, as has already been said, a social contract is the result of parties that balance their mutual interests, capacities and will and is based on a certain balance that is thus achieved – a balance of forces. Taking into account this simple theory of weapons, I must now distinguish between loose and narrow versions of social field theory. In the bulk version (especially in the version presented in most of these volumes, especially with regard to the conflict helix), the mathematical structure of field theory is usually the background;51 Content, conceptual understanding, and explanation are usually in the foreground. A structure of expectations – the social contract – is treated as an abstraction. It comes with top-notch content, for example.B.