University of Central Oklahoma
|Research interests relevant to game philosophy||
I’m interested in the value of games considered very broadly, but especially in relation to aesthetics and political philosophy. I’m also especially fascinated very the question of what various styles of gameplay can reveal about the psychology of make-believe, pretense, self-deception, and dissociation. I’m a devout fan of the ideas of Bernard Suits and Kendall Walton.
|Publications and presentations relevant to game philosophy||
Philosophy through Video Games (with Jon Cogburn); Routledge, 2008
Video GAmes, experience Machine, Dungeons & Dragons
PhD., The Ohio State University