Multiculturalism in play?
[ by Charles Cameron — multiculturalism in play — or, what’s the name of the game? ]
It is getting to be quite a theme: When games collide.
I’ve used the MacIntyre quote before [1, 2, 3], but the wonderful xkcd visual presentation is new to me — many thanks to Tanner Greer for turning me onto it.
What’s the name of the game?
July 23rd, 2015 at 3:12 pm
This seems to altogether point toward the facts that a) people like using rules to limit surprise, b) these rules create an unrealistic box – a synthetic playing field, and c)real, authentic fields usually supercede these boxes – although, even then, these synthetic boxes ARE a part of the real, authentic fields of play and will have an effect.
It’s all so very OODA.
August 15th, 2015 at 4:54 pm
TGreer just pointed me to Gary Anderson’s piece, The Coming Battle for Ramadi; Checkers Versus Chess, in the SWJ: