Book note: Danielson, P. artificial morality: virtuous robots for virtual games

Political Studies 41:719 (1993)

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Luc Bovens
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
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Keywords Game-Theory  Game of Chicken  Prisoner's Dilemma
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