dilemma

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{i} ikilem

Çok kötü bir ikilemdeyim. - I am in a terrible dilemma.

Benim için bir ikilemdi. - It was a dilemma for me.

{i} man. ikilem, dilemma
{i} çıkmaz
dilem
the horns of a dilemma her biri imkânsız olan iki şık
(Askeri) İKİLEM-ÇIKMAZ HALDEKİ OLAN -PROBLEM AÇMAZ
müşkül durum
{i} ikisi de birbirinden zor iki seçenek
güç durum
dilemma
confront dilemma
çelişki yaşamak
prisoner’s dilemma
mahkumun ikilemi
I´m on the horns of a dilemma
Aşağı tükürsem sakalım, yukarı tükürsem bıyığım
highlight a dilemma
bir ikilem vurgulamak
horns of a dilemma
aşağı tükürsem sakal, yukarı tükürsem bıyıkkırk katır mi, kırk satır mi?iki ucu boklu değnekaçmaz çıkmaz ikilem
in a dilemma
bir ikilem içinde
prisoner's dilemma
Mahkumlar açmazı, tutuklunun ikilemi
prisoner's dilemma
Oyun teorisinde ve sosyal bilimlerde son derece ünlenen bir işbirliği-rekabet modeli. Adını yeterli delilin bulunamadığı bir vakada iki suç ortağının birbirinden ayrı odalarda sorgulandığı bir polisiye sorgu tekniğinden alır. Sanıklardan her birisine, 'itiraf' etmesi halinde küçük bir ceza alacağı söylenir. Ama sonucu belirleyen şey itiraf edip etmeme değil, sanıkların birlikte mi yoksa tek başlarına mi hareket edecekleridir. Her ikisinin de susması, en iyi sonucu verecektir (karşılıklı işbirliği). Her ikisinin de itiraf etmesi (karşılıklı rekabet), azaltılmış da olsa her ikisinin de ceza alması anlamına gelecektir. Birinin susup diğerinin konuşması ise (tek taraflı rekabet) konuşanın hafif, susanın ağır ceza alması demektir. En iyi seçenek her iki tarafın da susmasıdır ama kişi için en düşük risk, itiraftır. Bir tür toplamı sıfırsız olan bu model işbirliği ve rekabetle ilişkili güdülerin araştırılmasında kullanılır. Ayrıca toplamı sıfırlı oyun
prisoners' dilemma
tutuklu açmazı
security dilemma
(Politika Siyaset) Güvenlik İkilemi
to fall into a dilemma
ikileme düşmek
get into a dilemma
batağa saplanmak
horns of a dilemma
birinin seçilmesi gereken iki güç seçenek
horns of a dilemma
(Argo) iki ucu boklu değnek
modern dilemma
çağdaş ikilem
on the horns of a dilemma
açmazda
on the horns of a dilemma
çıkmazda
on the horns of a dilemma
iki arada bir derede
prisoner's dilemma
tutuklu ikilemi
prisoner's dilemma
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tutuklunun ikilemi
target dilemma
(Ticaret) hedef çelişkisi
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İkilem
ikilem
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A type of syllogism of the form "if A is true then B is true; if C is true then D is true; either A or C is true; therefore either B or D is true"
A difficult circumstance or problem
A circumstance in which a choice must be made between two or more alternatives that seem equally undesirable
a situation in which a choice between opposing modes of conduct is necessary
{n} a vexatious alternative, a difficulty
the Greek word "lemma" translates as "assumption"; a "di-lemma" then is an argument presenting two or more equally conclusive and (in our case) morally justifiable and desirable alternatives, i e the principle of self-determination and that of the sanctity of life are equally desirable, but in a dilemma situation you are seemingly forced to choose one to the exclusion of the other
A state of things in which evils or obstacles present themselves on every side, and it is difficult to determine what course to pursue; a vexatious alternative or predicament; a difficult choice or position
exacerbate implementation eradicate ascertain
In popular use a dilemma can be almost any sort of difficult choice, but in logic a dilemma is a choice in which there are only two options, attractive or not One can refute a dilemma, that is, show that is not a real dilemma, by finding a third possibility
A forced choice between courses of action (usually two) which are equally unacceptable Sometimes people will call any challenging "moral problem" a dilemma, but this is a misleading use of the term Only a few moral problems are dilemmas in the true meaning of the term Calling moral problems "dilemmas" is confusing because it implies that the only possible responses are the two obvious (and unacceptable) ones, and tends to discourage real problem solving
{i} difficult situation, difficult decision
A circumstance in which a choice must be made between two alternatives that seem equally undesirable
state of uncertainty or perplexity especially as requiring a choice between equally unfavorable options
An argument which presents an antagonist with two or more alternatives, but is equally conclusive against him, whichever alternative he chooses
A dilemma is a difficult situation in which you have to choose between two or more alternatives. He was faced with the dilemma of whether or not to return to his country on the horns of a dilemma: see horn. a situation in which it is very difficult to decide what to do, because all the choices seem equally good or equally bad (from lemma )
an argument that presents an opponent with a two option forced choice neither of which offers desirable outcomes for the opponent
any situation requiring a choice between alternatives; any serious problem or quandary, such as making difficult moral decisions
A difficult choice between equally undesirable alternatives In a disadvantageous rhetorical position, one is said to be impaled on the horns of a dilemma, but logicians employ Constructive Dilemma as a rule of inference Recommended Reading: Howard Kahane and Nancy Cavender, Logic and Contemporary Rhetoric (Wadsworth, 1997) {at Amazon com} and Douglas N Walton, Informal Logic: A Handbook for Critical Argumentation (Cambridge, 1989) {at Amazon com} Also see OCP, SEP on moral dilemmas and the prisoner dilemma, IEP, and noesis
* A forced choice between courses of action (usually two) which are equally unacceptable Sometimes people will call any challenging "moral problem" a dilemma, but this is a misleading use of the term Only a few moral problems are dilemmas in the true meaning of the term Calling moral problems "dilemmas" is confusing because it implies that the only possible responses are the two obvious (and unacceptable) ones, and tends to discourage real problem solving
a choice that has to be made between two equally unsatisfactory situations, or puzzling situation that appears to have no correct answer
dilemma tale
or judgment tale Typical African form of short story. Its ending is open to conjecture or is morally ambiguous, allowing the audience to comment or speculate on the correct solution to the problem posed, whether a conflict of loyalty, the need to choose a just response to a difficult situation, or the laying of blame when several parties seem equally guilty. Dilemma tales function both as instruction and entertainment and help establish social norms
be on the horns of a dilemma
To face a choice between two equally undesirable alternatives
false dilemma
A situation in which two alternative points of views are presented as the only options, whereas others are available
horns of a dilemma
Two choices possible in a situation in which neither is wanted. Usually used after "on". - Joe "found himself on the horns of a dilemma; if he went to work, he'd miss seeing Mary; if he stayed out, he'd he too broke to take her anywhere"
prisoner's dilemma
The prisoner's dilemma is a fundamental problem in game theory that demonstrates why two people might not cooperate even if it is in both their best interests to do so. It was originally framed by Merrill Flood and Melvin Dresher working at RAND in 1950. Albert W. Tucker formalized the game with prison sentence payoffs and gave it the "prisoner's dilemma" name (Poundstone, 1992)
prisoners' dilemma
In game theory, the prisoner's dilemma (sometimes abbreviated PD) is a type of non-zero-sum game in which two players may each "cooperate" with or "defect" (i.e. betray) the other player
A dilemma
quandary
dilemmas
plural of dilemma
highlight a dilemma
focus on a problem
in a dilemma
in a quandary, within an uncomfortable situation
on the horns of a dilemma
battling with a problem, between a rock and a hard place
prisoner's dilemma
Imaginary situation employed in game theory. One version is as follows. Two prisoners are accused of a crime. If one confesses and the other does not, the one who confesses will be released immediately and the other will spend 20 years in prison. If neither confesses, each will be held only a few months. If both confess, they will each be jailed 15 years. They cannot communicate with one another. Given that neither prisoner knows whether the other has confessed, it is in the self-interest of each to confess himself. Paradoxically, when each prisoner pursues his self-interest, both end up worse off than they would have been had they acted otherwise. See egoism
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difficult situation
difficult decision
dilemma
(Denizbilim) contradiction
dilemma
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