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dc.contributor.authorKaminski, Marek M.-
dc.identifier.citationStudia Metodologiczne, nr 39, 2019, s. 171–193.-
dc.description.abstractThis article discusses how the developments in game theory and social choice theory profoundly transformed our understanding and modeling of social rationality in the social sciences due to the erosion of the concept of social optimum. I discuss the Prisoner’s Dilemma and relevant examples of social situations, analyze the difficulties that arise when games are repeated, and finally, check how the main results of social choice theory influenced our understanding of the “best” social
dc.publisherWydawnictwo Naukowe UAM-
dc.subjectPrisoner’s Dilemmapl
dc.subjectArrow’s Theorempl
dc.subjectfolk theoremspl
dc.subjectsocial optimumpl
dc.titleErosion of belief in “social rationality”: How game theory and social choice theory changed the understanding and modeling of social rationalitypl
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