**Epistemic Game Theory and Logic**

by Paul Weirich (ed.)

**Publisher**: MDPI AG 2017**ISBN-13**: 9783038424222**Number of pages**: 190

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Game theory addresses situations with multiple agents in which the outcome of an agent's act depends on the acts of the other agents. The agents may be mindless organisms. Epistemic game theory addresses games in which the agents have minds. An agent reasons about the acts of other agents and -- if the other agents observe the agent's act -- reasons about the other agents' responses to the act.

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