Monday 12 November 2007

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Blogger folded-in said...

Text itself plays

12 November 2007 at 23:57  
Blogger folded-in said...

Plato "plays at taking things seriously".

12 November 2007 at 23:59  
Blogger folded-in said...

"play facilitates feminist philosophy"

13 November 2007 at 00:02  
Blogger folded-in said...

"The spirit of playful competition is, as a social impulse, older than culture itself and pervades all life like a veritable ferment. Ritual grew up in sacred play; poetry was born in play and nourished on play; music and dancing were pure play ... We have to conclude, therefore, that civilization is, in its earliest phases, played. It does not come from play ... it arises in and as play, and never leaves it" (Huizinga ).

13 November 2007 at 00:05  
Blogger ilias said...

The unreality of games gives notice that reality is not yet real. Unconsciously they rehearse the right life. T.Adorno

13 November 2007 at 15:28  
Blogger folded-in said...

There is an absolute in the moment of the game, and this absolute, like every reality or moment taken to the absolute, represents a specificc form of alienation. Henri Lefebvre

13 November 2007 at 15:33  
Blogger folded-in said...

Only in a serious game like the folded in videogame, you can find Plato, Adorno and other great thinkers making comments.

13 November 2007 at 15:38  
Blogger folded-in said...

McKENZIE WARK claims for the world outside the game-cave*. Every situation is win-lose, unless it is win -win- a situation where players are free to collaborate only because they seek prizes in different games.

*cave stands in the platonic meaning of the term

13 November 2007 at 16:04  

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