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May 13th, 2010
Episode 429 of 1251 episodes
Robert Wright's astute analysisuses game theory:a religion that sees itself in a zero-sum relationship with outsiders will prove exclusionist and violent, while a religion that sees itself in a non-zero-sum relationship will adjust its theology accordingly. What does this mean for the future?