Category: Ideas for Later

Evolution and the Social Contract – Brian Skyrms (in progress)

In the chapter on commitment, Skryms discusses the theology of commitment. In this section, he states that rationality is not just a word to play around with, but a theory of decision making (theory of rational decision) created by Ramsey, de Finetti, and Savage. By highlighting the importance of this theory, Skryms provides support for the necessity to embed rationality and thought-processes into choice-based or…

VG6

While the internet would like me to believe that this industry (be it video games, be it journalism, or be it academia – take your pick) is a cut-throat place where everyone is a competitor willing to knife you in the back, VG6: Video Game Cultures & The Future of Interactive Entertainment, stands out as conference strongly fighting against such…

Agency in Kentucky Route Zero

I want to create a placeholder for something, and thus is born the new category “Ideas for Later.” What I want to return to later, when I have time for a deeper more critical analysis, is the issue of narrative agency in Kentucky Route Zero. First, let me clarify what I mean by narrative agency. Narrative agency is the ability,…