Finite and Infinite Games

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Random House Publishing Group, 1997 - Philosophy - 180 pages
A fascinating meditation on life as a contest of games to be completed and games to be continued--and on what lies beyond winning and losing.

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The author has a lot to say. None of it worthwhile. "Gardening is a horizonal activity". Get your kids interested in science and maybe they won't end up like this guy, spouting vapid profundity. Read full review

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User Review  - figre - LibraryThing

Many people talk about how this book helped them learn about themselves. I have to agree; this book taught me something about myself. But what it taught me is apparently quite different than the ... Read full review

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