This episode is the start of an experiment: I'll be reviewing all books called "Prisoner's Dilemma", and today I'm starting with the first two books. Basically, I use the Prisoner's Dilemma in my own work and realised that there are 26 books with that title (or minor variant thereof). So, as a very silly idea, I decided to review them all and see whether there is anything I can learn from them about the Prisoner's Dilemma. This episode will be the first, and I'm reviewing A Prisoner's Dilemma by Matthew Karabache and Prisoner's Dilemma by Damien Mitchell Feiklowicz. Over the course of the next two years or so, I'll occasionally review the other books.
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00:00: Why will I be reviewing all books called "Prisoner's Dilemma"??
05:20: Matthew Karabache: A Prisoner's Dilemma
12:47: Damien Mitchell Feiklowicz: Prisoner's Dilemma, or In a Nutshell
28:32: End summary
Amazon link for A Prisoner's Dilemma by Matthew Karabache: https://geni.us/bjks-PD-Karabache
Amazon link for Prisoner's Dilemma by Damien Mitchel Feiklowicz: https://geni.us/bjks-PD-Feiklowicz
My episode about Huxley's Brave New World: https://geni.us/bjks-huxley-bnw