Video Games and Philosophy + Jordan Erica Webber + Dan Griliopoulos + 017
- Jordan Erica Webber and Dan Griliopoulos discuss their book Ten Things Video Games Can Teach Us: (about life, philosophy and everything) - We discuss a variety of ways that video games approach philosophical concepts, such as ethics, the philosophy of mind, and more - Some games mentioned in this episode: - Bioshock - System Shock - SOMA - To the Moon - Papers, Please - Ultima Underworld - and virtue ethics - Swapper - Talos Principle - Fable 2 - That Dragon, Cancer - How Edward Snowden derived much of his moral philosophy from video games - specifically Tekken (Read more - https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2014/05/14/how-video-games-prepared-edward-snowden-to-leak-nsa-secrets/?utm_term=.300754d50985 | https://kotaku.com/edward-snowden-sees-himself-as-a-video-game-hero-1575870000) - What Rust can teach us about forming societies and the idea of a justified revolution Links - Jordan Erica Webber - Jordanwebber.com - @jawsew Dan Griliopoulos - @GriddleOctopus - https://improbable.io/ - - LOOT +++++++ About +7 Intelligence +7 Intelligence is the podcast about how games impact people. Each episode explores a different perspective on how games profoundly influence the real world. Interviews with game designers, psychologists, professionals, and everyday players discuss the unique way that games influence their life and work. +++++++ Listen to the show: Apple Podcasts | Android | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Play | Radiopublic RSS feed Find the show online: +7 Intelligence Website On Twitter: @7_Intelligence On Facebook: @plus7intelligence +7 Intelligence is a member of the Podglomerate network. +++++++ Music by Creo Epilogue by Creo is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial License.
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