- Title Pages
- 1 Game Theory and Literature: An Overview
- 2 The Bible: Sacrifice and Unrequited Love
- 3 Theology: Is It Rational to Believe in God?
- 4 Philosophy: Paradoxes of Fair Division
- 5 Political Philosophy: How Democracy Resolves Conflict in Difficult Games
- 6 Law: Supreme Court Challenges and Jury Selection
- 7 Plays: Modeling Frustration and Anger
- 8 History: Magnanimity after Wars
- 9 Incomplete Information in Literature and History
- 10 Catch-22s in Literature and History
- 11 Summary and Conclusions
- Name Index
- Game Theory and the Humanities
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