The Well-Played Game: A Playful Path to Wholeness

The Well-Played Game: A Playful Path to Wholeness Bernie DeKoven
  • Title: The Well-Played Game: A Playful Path to Wholeness
  • Author: Bernie DeKoven
  • ISBN: 9780595217908
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Well-Played Game: A Playful Path to Wholeness Bernie DeKoven The Well Played Game A Playful Path to Wholeness Originally published in The Well Played Game helped create a vision that ultimately transformed physical education This edition includes material that will help you carry that transformation to
    Originally published in 1978, The Well Played Game helped create a vision that ultimately transformed physical education This edition includes material that will help you carry that transformation to your personal life, and the lives of all those with whom you get to play.
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    1. the suggestion of this book is that when we play games, our primary goal is often not victory it s establishing a satisfying dynamic between all included parties, it s meaningful play we accomplish that through handicaps, through negotiation, through sometimes checking our egos with suitable playfulness, bernie dekoven explores the complexities of negotiating what he calls a well played game as a digital game designer, this is a pretty valuable read often, the rules of digital games are really s [...]

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    2. Originally written in 1978, it has the feel of the 70 s The book reads like a sort of stream of consciousness conversation as the author moves from one aspect to another of game playing I am a fan of the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein who famously used games as an example of a concept that could not be strictly defined, and yet had a unity through a series of commonalities that he called a family resemblance The author s approach is consistent with this, as he never tries to define the term Ins [...]

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    3. Love the premise and outlook and spirit of DeKoven and this book.

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    4. Seminal book for people who aspire to bring playfulness into the world, especially poets, game creators, play event creators, and inventors.

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    5. For my games and learning class It had good discussions about safety, trust, familiarity, and conventions within the context of games.

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