Category Archives: Game theory / game analysis

Internet Revolution pt.3: How the non-attentionalistic can prevail over the attentionalistic

Introduction This will be part 3 in a series of articles involving the concepts of slow-thinking and fast-thinking, attentionalism and non-attentionalism. The first article presented Alexander Bard’s ideas of the Internet Revolution. Bard meant that the emergence of Internet led … Continue reading

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Rorty and the game of philosophy

In an article entitled “Recent Metaphilosophy”, Richard Rorty starts off by presenting an “inconsistent triad of philosophy”, and then continues by reviewing two books on metaphilosophy by Everett W. Hall and Henry W. Johnstone Jr. Some issues brought up here … Continue reading

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“Games Critics Play” by Carter Kaplan

Games Critics Play is an article with imaginative associations and different topics intertwined. Kaplan is combining the philosophy of Wittgenstein with literature theory. Kaplan points out that critics can read a text differently. One can say that critics are playing … Continue reading

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Game analysis pt 2 – Analysing simple and complex games

A central interest in this project on game analysis concerns philosophy, and how good philosophy can get promoted. In order for this it can be relevant to reflect on how it works within other games. We will investigate games in … Continue reading

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Game analysis pt 1 – On the distinction between game and non-game

Ken Binmore, economist and game theorist, writes: If you drive a car on a busy street, you are playing a game with the drivers of the other cars. When you make a bid at an auction, you are playing a … Continue reading

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On logic and Socratic method etc.

Empirical problem versus logical problem Consider the statements: (1) Lucky Luke is very quick in his movements, he shoots before his shadow lifts the gun (2) Garry Kasparov is a great chess player, he has got a special ability to … Continue reading

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