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5.0 von 5 Sternen Bravo, the most thoughtful book of the year
1998 was a crummy year. The single, sole exception to that is Meros' book, "Moral Calculations". In laymans terms, Mero makes a compelling arguement in a branch of mathematics called Game Theory what constitutes a moral decision. I have read this book five times, and before 1999 is over, I will read it several more times. For anybody who has ever argued over...
Veröffentlicht am 7. Januar 1999 von Bruce A. Salisbury

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3.0 von 5 Sternen An interesting book gets very, very strange.
Mero's book is an interesting read, and is a very good non-mathematical review of the basics of game theory and its relationship to human ethics. I suspect that its translation from Hungarian led to its sometimes strange choices of words, but on the whole, it is a good way to get a sense of the surprising generality and importance of the subject.
Unfortunately, the...
Veröffentlicht am 21. März 1999 von Anthony Berno


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3.0 von 5 Sternen An interesting book gets very, very strange., 21. März 1999
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Anthony Berno (San Jose, Ca USA) - Alle meine Rezensionen ansehen
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Mero's book is an interesting read, and is a very good non-mathematical review of the basics of game theory and its relationship to human ethics. I suspect that its translation from Hungarian led to its sometimes strange choices of words, but on the whole, it is a good way to get a sense of the surprising generality and importance of the subject.
Unfortunately, the book is marred by Mero's expansion of game theory into a "theory of everything". By the last chapter, he has gone from straightforward applied mathematics into fuzzy-headed mysticism. At this point, the book has become more embarassing than interesting. My suggestion is to read the first half of tbe book and forget the rest!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Bravo, the most thoughtful book of the year, 7. Januar 1999
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Bruce A. Salisbury (Farmington, NM USA) - Alle meine Rezensionen ansehen
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1998 was a crummy year. The single, sole exception to that is Meros' book, "Moral Calculations". In laymans terms, Mero makes a compelling arguement in a branch of mathematics called Game Theory what constitutes a moral decision. I have read this book five times, and before 1999 is over, I will read it several more times. For anybody who has ever argued over the morality of a decision, you MUST read this book. I hate the cliche of a "brilliant read" but this book has that hallmark. Don't let 1999 pass before you sit down over a long weekend, and reread this book.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A very well written and important book, 20. März 1999
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I found this book compelling: an understandable, non-dogmatic, open-minded, non-technical yet scientific look at how mathematical game theory might be applied by someone trying to behave morally in a universe of limited resources. The concepts are clearly stated without jargon in such a way that people with little aptitude or patience for mathematics will remain interested throughout. An important book for anyone interested in morality at any level.
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