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11-03-2009 @ 2:19PM
I haven't read this one, but I've generally found the Pop Culture and Philosophy series to be enjoyable reads. I'm 30, so a few years removed from taking undergrad philosophy courses during my BA, but if you want something that is a light read, but not total fluff, about a subject you like (WoW in this case), I'd generally* recommend them. And as others have noted, its something to read while AFK or mindlessly patrolling for a rare spawn.*I say generally, b/c as collections of essays, it is a bit hit and miss.
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