The paradox of the paradox of voting

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If social life and culture came before or evolved together with human rationality then we need to study other kinds of games. They will be repeated and involve coalitions and memory. The types of games we analyze reflects what we take to be basic or fundamental. Getting the game right is critical (the American electoral system is not the proverbial “state of nature”).

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Philosopher and Historian of Biology at Tel Aviv University. Follow me on twitter @ehud

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Philosopher and Historian of Biology at Tel Aviv University. Follow me on twitter @ehud

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