HSEM 2074H: Tabletop Philosophy

3 CreditsHonors

Role-playing games are strange: Like a play, they ask you to inhabit the mind and spirit of another person. But, like a game, they also set goals and tasks for you. And, they are centered around the co-creation of a world and its story, like, well.. like nothing else. In this class, we’ll study role-playing games, not only as games, but also as ways of learning about ourselves and the world we (in fact!) inhabit. Along the way, we will play these games, with an eye toward answering our many questions.

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