Conventions and Cooperative Virtues: Some Observations on Evolutionary Game-Theoretic Explanations of Social
<P><B>Introduction</B><BR> The ubiquity of norms is overwhelming. There are (detailed) norms regulating our behavior in community at large, there are norms that regulate our actions in the school we attend, in the organizations we join, in the workplace we frequent. There are norms that tell us what to wear, how to eat and how much real fruit there should be in orange juice. The sequence of characters on this page is dictated by a norm. The important occasions in our lives ranging from birth to...[Show more]
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