Games: Agency as Art [Book Review]

Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 17 (1):119-123 (2021)
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C. Thi Nguyen’s Games: Agency as Art delivers on three ambitious aims: It offers a novel take on human cognition—it claims that we are able to ‘layer’ our agency during gameplay,It contributes to t...

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