Wednesday, June 20, 2001

Huizinga and Caillois are playing their disagreements out in my head, while Brian Sutton-Smith leans back and comments, with a more familiar late 20th century voice on the rhetorics of the imaginary and the lower play functions of fantasy or phantasmagoria, a patchwork of philosophy where the common pattern is play, poked at and focused on in his The Ambiguity of Play.

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