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11-03-2009 @ 9:23AM
I am currently in the middle of reading this book, and it is a fantastic read. In addition to the topics mentioned, there's also a chapter about the Winterspring funeral massacre, as well as one that talks about WoW as a response to nihilism and the meaninglessness of life. If you are into philosophy, then without a doubt pick up this bookBy the way, this book has actually been out for a decent amount of time. I found out about it when I googled WoW and philosophy before starting my blog about the very same subject (http://wowphilosophized.blogspot.com, if you wish to know), and my first post was in the middle of July this year, so its been out for at least three and a half months.
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