THE AGENT’S DESIRE AT GAME THEORY: THE SOCIAL LAW AND THE ROLE OF THE PERVERSE

Abstract

This chapter begins with the finalization of the social law in the unconscious. In this moment is finalized one of the four basic characters of the psyche. Among these, the perverse and the neurotic are considered economic agents, and differ not by rationality, a forecast of causation necessary to achieve a desire, but by the desire itself. While the neurotic tries to please the other, the perverse wants to dominate. So the perversions of social law are one of the points of this article which are not examined in economic theory. Because the perverse feels no guilt, life becomes a game where pass ahead at any cost is part of the game. So, one can understand the big perverse as the one who try to become the tyrannical father of the primal horde, and the little perverse as the one who practices the banality of evil.

Keywords: Economic Agent; Social Law; Perversion.


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