Tag Archives: Ken Binmore

Voting, cheering, and exploitation

In his little book ‘Game Theory: A Very Short Introduction‘ Ken Binmore writes: Real people seldom think rational thoughts about whether to vote or not. Even if they did, they might feel that going to the polling booth is a … Continue reading

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Anthony de Jasay on liberalism, democracy and conventions

Despite losing his eyesight, Anthony de Jasay still publishes some of the most thought-provoking papers in social philosophy. In a recent article for the Institute of Economic¬† Affairs, de Jasay inspects the foundations of liberalism and observes that: In contrast … Continue reading

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