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In economics and game theory, the participants are sometimes considered to have perfect rationality: that is, they always act in a rational way, and are capable of arbitrarily complex deductions towards that end. That is to say, they will always be capable of thinking through all possible outcomes and choosing the best possible thing to do.

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