United States of America
|Research interests relevant to game philosophy||
Having taught a philosophy course where the HW was video games, I’m interested in researching how games can teach critical thinking and philosophical reasoning. For example, are players motivated to learn philosophy by being introduced by games, and do players actually reflect on the actions they take with implications on how they’d act in the real world.
|Publications and presentations relevant to game philosophy||
No publications yet, but a variety of lesson plans and material from my course are available on request! Topics covered included Ethics, Philosophy of the Mind, and Existentialism.
computer science, game studies, philosophy