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The prisoner's dilemma is a canonical example of a game analyzed in game
theory that shows ... In casual usage, the label "prisoner's dilemma" may be
applied to situations not stri...

plato.stanford.edu/entries/prisoner-dilemma/

Sep 4, 1997 ... A closely related view is that the prisoner's dilemma game and its ... or should
make the “cooperative” move corresponding to remaining ..... D ) (i.e., it is at least
as good for both players and better for one). ..... In the agricultural example,
however it seems foolish to stipulate that nobody use the commons.

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1 Prisoner's Dilemma (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy). .... Graphically, it
seems the best non-equilibrium strategy for Steve is to make the opposite .... at
least in the short run, would have deleterious effects.2 I chose not to use the word
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Apr 1, 2002 ... The Prisoner's Dilemma is a classic example of games theory, an area of ... From
a purely selfish point of view, the best outcome for you is 1, followed ... this makes
arming a dominant strategy, which produces the familiar result ... to the Mitchell
Brothers' Walford, can we use philosophy to understand trust?

rationalwiki.org/wiki/Prisoner's_dilemma

Icon philosophy.svg ... The prisoner's dilemma is a classic problem in game
theory. ... algorithms compete in a tournament to see which one was the best. ...
The prisoner's dilemma can be used to explain the awkward situation of exact
nuclear ...

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The typical prisoner's dilemma is set up in such a way that both parties choose to
protect ... plead not guilty and get a two-year sentence, or he can plead guilty and
get a one-year sentence. It is in Henry's best interest to plead guilty if Dave
pleads not guilty. ... A model of optimality taking into consideration not only
b...

www.iep.utm.edu/egoism/

In philosophy, egoism is the theory that one's self is, or should be, the motivation
and the ... acts are determined by prior events which make illusory any belief in
choice. Nevertheless, if an element of choice is permitted against the great
causal impetus from nature, .... This is famously described in the Prisoner's
Dilemma...

philosophynow.org/issues/109/The_Prisoners_Dilemma_and_The_Evolution_of_Morality

The Prisoner's Dilemma is a game that you win by getting the lowest number of ...
We can see that co-operation means forfeiting the best outcome (one year) for ...
aim is to make as much gain as possible either at the expense of someone else,
... In Axelrod's trials, the program that won used a strategy in which one player ...

www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Prisoner's_dilemma

Jun 2, 2015 ... 1 The Classical Prisoner's Dilemma; 2 Generalized form; 3 The Iterated ... Each
prisoner must make the choice of whether to betray the other or to remain silent.
... The generalized form of the game has been used frequently in ... The best
deterministic strategy was found to be "Tit for Tat", which Anatol ...

1000wordphilosophy.wordpress.com/2014/04/24/the-prisoners-dilemma/

Apr 24, 2014 ... One might think that rational people, acting rationally on good information, will ...
We'll use the language of game theory—a field in the study of ...