Proceedings of The Philosophy of Computer Games Conference 2009

ISBN-82-91670-57-9

Editor: John Richard Sageng

Year of publication: 2009.

The proceedings are published by the Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas, University of Oslo.

Reference link: http://proceedings2009.gamephilosophy.org

Copyrights belong to the individual authors.

CONTENTS

List of contributors pdf
Introduction pdf
PART  I
DEFINING COMPUTER GAMES

1 The Definition of Video Games Revisited pdf

Grant Tavinor

2 Gameness and Negotiable Consequences pdf

John Richard Sageng

3 Understanding games as played: sketch for a first-person perspective for computer game analysis pdf

Olli Leino

4 Nietzsche Contra Callois: Beyond Play and Games pdf

Dan Dixon

5 Is  Thatgamecompany Bringing Computer Games Closer to Art with Their New game “Flower”? pdf

Lill Eilertsen

6 Just Like Driving – Computer Games as Actual Practice and Objects of Presentation pdf

Rikke Toft-Nørgaard

PART II

FICTIONALTY AND INTERACTION

7 Interacting with Fiction pdf

Luiz Carlos Babtista

8 Conceptual Blending in Computer Games: Integrating Fiction and Meaning pdf

Marco Caracciolo

9 Simulation: Games, Art and Science pdf

Sebastian Ostritsch

10 MMOG Ontology pdf

Olav Asheim

11 The Ontology of Interactivity pdf

Jonathan Frome

12 Fiction as Play: Reassessing the Relation of of Play, Games and Fiction pdf

Sebastian Deterding

13 Computer Games, Fictional Worlds and Transmedia Storytelling: A Narratological Perspective pdf

Jan-Noel Thon

14 A Network of Intentionalities: Transitional-Synthesis and Narrative in First-Person-Shooters pdf

Jeff Rush

15 Model and Image. Computer Game Mimesis as Make-Believe pdf

Rune Klevjer


PART III

ETHICAL AND POLITICAL ISSUES

16 The Reality of Games pdf

Rasmus Leth Jørnø

17 The Moral Status of Virtual Artefacts in Computer Games pdf

Edward Spence

18 The Age of Chosen Worldviews pdf

Bjarke Liboriussen

19 Morality in Computer Games – A Phenomenological Approach pdf

Geert Gooskens

20 A Dromology of the Videogame pdf

Alex Wade

21 Dual Wielding Morality: World of Warcraft and the Ethics of “Ganking” pdf

Stacey Goguen

22 Fallout 3 and Philosophy Amidst the Ashes pdf

Sarah Grey

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