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Evolution of the social contract
Preface to the second edition Preface to the original edition Acknowledgments 1. Sex and justice 2. Fairness and commitment 3. Mutual aid 4. Correlated convention 5. The evolution of meaning
Signals: Evolution, Learning, and Information
This chapter discusses Signals in Nature, Evolution in Lewis Signaling Games, and Networks I: Information Processing and Networks II: Teamwork.
Evolutionary dynamics of collective action in N-person stag hunt dilemmas
A model in which a threshold less than the total group is required to produce benefits, with increasing participation leading to increasing productivity is introduced, which constitutes a generalization of the two- person stag hunt game to an N-person game.
A dynamic model of social network formation.
It is argued that modeling network structure as dynamic increases realism without rendering the problem of analysis intractable.
The Dynamics Of Rational Deliberation
This chapter discusses Dynamic Deliberation's role in the development of Rational Decision Making, as well as its applications in Game Theory and Rationality.
The Stag Hunt
I: The Stag Hunt The Stag Hunt is a story that became a game. The game is a prototype of the social contract. The story is briefly told by Rousseau, in A Discourse on Inequality: If it was a matter
The Stag Hunt and the Evolution of Social Structure
1. The stag hunt Part I. Location: 2. Bargaining with neighbors 3. Stag hunt with neighbors Part II. Signals: 4. Evolution of inference 5. Cheap talk Part III. Association: 6. Choosing partners 7.
Pragmatics And Empiricism