## Rationality and game theory when players are Turing machinesSuntory Toyota International Centre for Economics and Related Disciplines, London School of Economics, 1988 - 33 pages |

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### Contents

Natural Games and Turing Machines | 7 |

Game Theory | 15 |

Procedural Rationality | 23 |

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