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Finite and infinite games

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This edition was published in by Free Press in New York.

Written in English

152 pages

Finite games are the familiar contests of everyday life, the games we play in business and politics, in the bedroom and on the battlefield — games with winners and losers, a beginning and an end. Infinite games are the more mysterious — and ultimately more rewarding. They are unscripted and unpredictable; they are the source of true freedom.

-- from the back cover of the 1986 edition.

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Finite and infinite games
1987, Ballantine Books
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Finite and infinite games
1987, Penguin
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Cover of: Finite and infinite games
Finite and infinite games
1986, Free Press
in English

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Finite and infinite games

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Finite games are the familiar contests of everyday life, the games we play in business and politics, in the bedroom and on the battlefield — games with winners and losers, a beginning and an end. Infinite games are the more mysterious — and ultimately more rewarding. They are unscripted and unpredictable; they are the source of true freedom.

-- from the back cover of the 1986 edition.

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THERE ARE AT LEAST TWO KINDS OF GAMES.
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Finite and infinite games

This edition was published in by Free Press in New York.


Edition Notes

Includes index.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
110
Library of Congress
BD431 .C297 1986, D431 .C297 1986

The Physical Object

Pagination
152 p. ;
Number of pages
152

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL2720840M
Internet Archive
finiteinfinitega00cars
ISBN 10
0029059801
LC Control Number
86014304
Library Thing
81078
Goodreads
965656

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