II. Taking on Superior Beings: Professor Brams's Game‐theoretic Theology∗


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Hannu J. Nurmi
University of Turku
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This is s review essay on Steven J. Brams's "Superior Beings".
Keywords two-person games  omniscient player
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DOI 10.1080/00201748408602038
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