Utah Valley University
|Research interests relevant to game philosophy||
I am interested in discussions of the value of games, the discussion of whether games are an art form and what sort of art form they could be. I am particularly interested in accounts of what it is to play a game, and different values that may accrue to games.
|Publications and presentations relevant to game philosophy||
My book, “Games: Agency as Art” is forthcoming from Oxford University Press. The first chapter is available, as a preview, here:
Many of the below publications are available at https://objectionable.net/philosophy/
“Philosophy of Games”, Philosophy Compass, 12 (8), 2017
“Competition as Cooperation,” Journal of the Philosophy of Sport
“The Forms and Fluidity of Game Play,” Suits and Games, ed. Thomas Hurka, forthcoming. New York: Oxford University Press.
“Games and the Moral Transformation of Violence,” The Aesthetics of Videogames, ed. Grant Tavinor and Jon Robson, forthcoming. New York: Routledge.
“Good Violence, Bad Violence: the Ethics of Competition in Multiplayer Games” (with Jose Zagal), DiGRA/FDG ’16 – Proceedings of the First International Joint Conference of DiGRA and FDD, 2016.
aesthetics, agency, competition, violence, art, cooperation
Personal website: http://objectionable.net
Academia.edu page: https://uvu.academia.edu/ChrisNguyen
C. Thi Nguyen
Philosophy, Epistemology, Aesthetics, Value Theory, Metaethics