Virtual Worlds, Contextualism, and the Myth of Fiction

author: Peter Ludlow, Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto
published: Feb. 22, 2008,   recorded: December 2007,   views: 5955


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In this lecture I will tell you a story about my exploits in Second Life, at the end of that I will extract two philosophical conclusions. At the beginning of the lecture we will have fun and discuss about various philosophical aspects and at the end we will get serious and try to establish a conclusion. We will start off by discussing about two virtual worlds...

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