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- n. Plural form of grudger.
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My game-theoretic analysis of ‘cheats, suckers and grudgers’ led to two alternative stable solutions.
A population dominated by cheats would not be invaded (evolutionarily speaking) by suckers or grudgers.
If, however, a population chanced to acquire more than a critical frequency of grudgers, natural selection would suddenly start favouring grudgers, until they became a runaway majority.
We also have a responsibility to set a good example by not holding grudgers.