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Liberal Arts for Advanced Students III

Liberal Arts for Advanced Students III (LAAS III)
This course will introduces students basics of game theory and theories of justice.

Along with LAAS I, and LAAS II, this course is intended primarily for JEA students, and will be offered in English.
Interested students from other departments are also welcome.
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時間割/共通科目コード
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08X0006
FAS-XA4A06L3
Liberal Arts for Advanced Students III
竹野 太三
S1 S2
水曜3限
マイリストに追加
マイリストから削除
教室
講義使用言語
英語
単位
2
実務経験のある教員による授業科目
NO
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授業計画
In the first part we will study basics of game theory. Tentative topics are as follows: 1) von Neumann-Morgenstern utility theory 2) Strategic form games (Strict dominance equilibrium and Nash equilibrium) 3) Public goods as an application of Nash equilibrium 4) Strategic from games (two-player zero sum games and Maxmin theorem) 5) Games on the unit square and Mixed extension. In the second part we will study basics as to theories of justice. Tentative topics are as follows: 1) Utilitarianism This lecture provides basic knowledge about the utilitarian conceptions of justice. 2) Contractualism This lecture outlines contemporary contractualist arguments, especially on the argument of Rawls's theory of justice. 3) Contractarianism This lecture outlines more Hobbesian contractarian arguments, especially on the argument of Gauthier's consent-based theory of justice. 4) Humeanism 1: natural justice This lectures provides a survey of attempts to naturalize justice in light of the conceptual framework of Humean philosophy. 5) Humeanism 2: justice as convention This lecture focuses on the novel approach to justice on the basis of "conflictual coordination" games by Vanderschraaf. *You may have an image of what the second part of this course is developed if you have a look at the following SEP entry: https://plato.stanford.edu/*****
授業の方法
Online lectures via Zoom.
成績評価方法
The grade of the second part (i.e., Prof. Inoue's part) in this course is based on class attendance and a short essay.
教科書
Not required
参考書
TBA
履修上の注意
There is no pre-requisite for this course.