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 Intransitivity and the Mere Addition Paradox
 Larry S. Temkin
 Philosophy & Public Affairs, Vol. 16, No. 2 (Spring, 1987), pp. 138187
 Subjects: Philosophy
 Key terms: parfit, worse, inequality, transitive, better, intransitive, intransitivity, maximin, addition, paradox, life, people, deeply, situation, compare, concept, believe, outcome, utility, reason, worst, comparing, worth, extra
 CiteRank: 0.9692

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 The Paradox of Voting and Congressional Rules for Voting on Amendments
 William H. Riker
 The American Political Science Review, Vol. 52, No. 2 (Jun., 1958), pp. 349366
 Subjects: Law, Political Science
 Key terms: whitten, javit, amendment, intransitivity, andersen, toole, supporter, preference, voting, paradox, original, vote, motion, paragraph, choice, house, transitive, irrational, intransitive, substitute, rule, ordering, order
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 A Computer Simulation of the Paradox of Voting
 David Klahr
 The American Political Science Review, Vol. 60, No. 2 (Jun., 1966), pp. 384390
 Subjects: American Indian Studies
 Key terms: ordering, intransitive, voting, judge, intransitivity, rik, issue, pattern, majority, prefer, paradox, transitive, program, individual, computer, equally, sampling, condorcet, likely, probability, estimate
 CiteRank: 0.9502

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 A Theorem on the Construction of Voting Paradoxes
 David C. McGarvey
 Econometrica, Vol. 21, No. 4 (Oct., 1953), pp. 608610
 Subjects: Mathematics, Statistics
 Key terms: ordering, preference, transitive, individual, pattern, abcde, element, arrow, theorem, majority, express, voting, assign, decision, strong, cancel, paradox, kenneth, vote, simple, intransitive, implie
 CiteRank: 0.9793

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 The probability of the paradox of voting for weak preference orderings
 Adrian Van Deemen
 Social Choice and Welfare, Vol. 16, No. 2 (February 1999), pp. 171182
 Subjects: Mathematics
 Key terms: xyz, voter, profile, preference, majority, ordering, paradox, probability, intransitive, voting, zxy, yzx, relation, weak, pattanaik, ypz, theorem, subset, xpy, xry, gehrlein, linear, transitive, alternative, acyclic
 CiteRank: 0.8731

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 Two 'By' Ways
 Michael Wreen
 Analysis, Vol. 47, No. 2 (Mar., 1987), pp. 120124
 Subjects: Philosophy, Psychology
 Key terms: clench, muscle, action, contract, causal, pugilist, contracting, causation, intransitive, backward, prove, contraction, transitive, ignorant, locution, paradox, perform, attribute, describe, cause, puzzle, solution, perhap, culpably, achieve
 CiteRank: 0.6536

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 Solving the Bracketing Paradox: An Analysis of the Morphology of German Particle Verbs
 Stefan Müller
 Journal of Linguistics, Vol. 39, No. 2 (Jul., 2003), pp. 275325
 Subjects: Linguistics, American Indian Studies
 Key terms: particle, subcat, lexical, bracketing, paradox, inflectional, verbal, combination, fahren, inflection, complex, analysis, german, meaning, herum, intransitive, semantic, discus, entry, combined, derivational, bierwisch, fronted, phonological, muller

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 Is Pitman Closeness a Reasonable Criterion?: Comment
 George Casella, Martin T. Wells
 Journal of the American Statistical Association, Vol. 88, No. 421 (Mar., 1993), pp. 7071
 Subjects: Statistics, Mathematics
 Key terms: paradox, intransitivity, estimator, criterion, pitman, intransitive, domination, walley, transitivity, alternative, stochastic, prefer, behavior, probability, saari, gamble, wolpert, statistic, theory, conditionality, niemi, condorcet, preference, principle, savage

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 Defending Transitivity against Zeno's Paradox
 Ken Binmore, Alex Voorhoeve
 Philosophy & Public Affairs, Vol. 31, No. 3 (Summer, 2003), pp. 272279
 Subjects: Philosophy
 Key terms: temkin, transitivity, tortoise, duration, torture, utility, achilles, counterexample, intensity, claim, intransitive, preference, ecstasy, pleasure, person, bundle, argument, badness, disutility, paradox, intransitivity, alternative, endure, function

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 Unlikelihood of Condorcet's paradox in a large society
 A. S. Tangian
 Social Choice and Welfare, Vol. 17, No. 2 (2000), pp. 337365
 Subjects: Mathematics, Statistics, Development Studies
 Key terms: preference, condorcet, cardinal, utility, borda, voting, vote, candidate, probability, individual, paradox, ordinal, voter, alternative, summing, model, laplace, pairwise, intransitive, elector, transitive, majoritarian, estimate, number, poppo
 CiteRank: 0.3316

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