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The ludic fallacy, identified by Nassim Nicholas Taleb in his 2007 book The Black Swan , is "the misuse of games to model real-life situations." Taleb explains the fallacy as "basing studies of chance on the narrow world of games and dice." The adjective ludic originates from the Latin noun , meaning "play, game, sport, pastime."
Ludic fallacy - Wikipedia 
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The ludic fallacy, identified by Nassim Nicholas Taleb in his 2007 book The Black Swan , is "the misuse of games to model real-life situations." Taleb explains the fallacy as "basing studies of chance on the narrow world of games and dice." The adjective ludic originates from the Latin noun , meaning "play, game, sport, pastime."
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