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11-03-2009 @ 11:09AM
I have only a passing interest and brief knowledge in philosophy, but I've enjoyed the bit that I've studied so I might give this one a read. Just so long as it doesn't require too high a prerequisit of philosophical knowledge and/or the message of each discussion is clear.In terms of books relating real life subjects to games, I honestly wouldn't mind seeing a book discussing politics in relation to World of Warcraft. Having seen a lot of debates comparing events and factions in WoW (particularly in recent times since the Wrath Gate and the renewal of Horde/Alliance tensions) to real-world events and political ideologies, I think it'd be an interesting read.
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