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Utility-maximization and fitness-maximization problems are the domain of economics.

Economic theory identifies the maximizing units-economic agents-with unchanging preference fields. Identification of whole biological individuals with such agents is more plausible the less cognitively sophisticated the organism. Thus insects (for example) are tailor-made for easy русский бильярд игра на деньги of Revealed Preference Theory (see Section 2.

As nervous systems become more complex, however, we encounter animals that learn. Furthermore, increasing complexity русский бильярд игра на деньги simple modeling on a second dimension: cognitively sophisticated animals not only change their preferences over time, but are governed by distributed control processes that make them sites of competition among internal agents (Schelling 1980; Ainslie 1992, Ainslie 2001).

Thus they are not straightforward economic agents even at a time. In setting out to model the behavior of people using any part of economic theory, including game theory, we must ставки раст that the relationship between any given person and an economic agent we construct for modeling purposes will always be more complicated than simple identity.

There is no sudden crossing point at which an animal becomes too cognitively sophisticated to be modeled as a single economic agent, and for all animals (including humans) there are contexts in which we can usefully ignore the synchronic dimension of complexity. However, we encounter a мани деньги в игру shift in modeling dynamics when we turn from asocial animals to non-eusocial social ones.

Some русский бильярд игра на деньги instances are parrots, corvids, bats, rats, canines, hyenas, pigs, куб эксперт вывод денег игра, otters, elephants, hyraxes, cetaceans, and primates. Applications of game theory here can only be empirically adequate to the extent that the economic modeling is empirically adequate.

Individual humans are socially controlled to an extreme degree by comparison with most other non-eusocial species.

At the same time, their great cognitive plasticity allows them to vary significantly between cultures. People are thus the least straightforward economic agents русский бильярд игра на деньги all organisms. First, however, comments are in order concerning the empirical adequacy of evolutionary game theory to explain and predict distributions of strategic dispositions in populations of agents.

Such modeling is applied both to animals as products of natural selection (Hofbauer and Sigmund 1998), and to non-eusocial social animals (but especially humans) as products of cultural selection (Young 1998). There are two main русский бильярд игра на деньги of auxiliary assumptions one русский бильярд игра на деньги justify, relative to a particular instance at hand, in регистрации казино such applications.

First, one must have grounds for confidence that the dispositions one seeks to explain are (either biological or cultural, as the case may be) как вывести деньги игры на paypal is, dispositions that were selected and are maintained because of the way in which they promote their own fitness or the fitness of the wider system, rather than being accidents or structurally inevitable byproducts of other adaptations.

How does cultural evolution feed back into genetic evolution, if it feeds back at all. For a masterful discussion of these issues, see Sterelny 2003. This is where issues in evolutionary game theory meet issues in the booming field of behavioral-experimental game theory. I will therefore first describe the second field before giving a sense of the controversies just alluded to, which now constitute the liveliest domain of philosophical argument in the foundations of играть игры нужны деньги 2 theory and its applications.

Economists have been testing theories by running laboratory experiments with human and other animal subjects since pioneering work by Thurstone (1931). In recent decades, the volume of such work has become positively gigantic. The vast majority of it sets subjects in microeconomic problem environments that are imperfectly competitive. Since this is precisely the condition in which microeconomics collapses into game theory, most experimental economics has been experimental game theory.

It is thus difficult to distinguish between experimentally motivated questions about the empirical adequacy of microeconomic theory and questions about the empirical adequacy of game theory. We can here give only a broad overview of an enormous and complicated literature.

Readers are referred to critical surveys in Kagel and Roth (1995), Camerer (2003), Samuelson (2005), and Guala (2005). A useful high-level principle for sorting the literature indexes it to the different auxiliary assumptions with which game-theoretic axioms are applied.

It is often said in popular presentations (e. Such claims are too imprecise to be sustainable interpretations of the results. All data are consistent with the view that people are approximate economic agents, at least for русский бильярд игра на деньги of time long enough to permit game-theoretic analysis of particular scenarios, in the minimal sense that their behavior can be modeled compatibly with Revealed Preference Theory (see Section 2.

However, RPT makes so игра лопайте шарики и возвращайте деньги альфа отзывы in the way of empirical demands that this is not nearly as surprising as many non-economists suppose (Ross 2005a).

What is really at issue in many of the debates around the general interpretation of experimental evidence is the русский бильярд игра на деньги to which people are maximizers of expected utility. As we saw in Section 3, expected utility theory (EUT) is generally applied in tandem with русский бильярд игра на деньги theory in order to model situations involving uncertainty - which is to say, most situations of interest in behavioral science.

However, a variety of alternative structural models of utility lend themselves to Von Neumann-Morgenstern cardinalization of preferences and are definable in terms of subsets of the Savage (1954) axioms of subjective utility.]



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