“Democratic Socialism Simulator”, a political video game by Molleindustria (Paolo Pedercini). I’ve just downloaded it, but given Paolo’s track record I’d just recommend everyone to give it a try.
“The Democratic Socialism Simulator lets you play as the first socialist president of the United States. Can you redistribute power and wealth while addressing the climate crisis?”
Finally. No further research needed.
The book also has an "end user license agreement" (because you don't read ebooks, you use them). The license includes a portion saying
> You may not upload, copy, modify, print, transmit, transfer, sublicense, sell, make or distribute copies of the Licensed Material in whole or in part.
I made a copy of the book by transferring it to my e-reader, so presumably I'm in breach of that agreement.
I'm also interested in how you define your field of study and how those to relate. I'm asking because I have to be more specific in the application than how I usually state my field.
But does your university have dogs as staff?
Abuse of editorial position
Gotta admit, I'm impressed.
Highly cited researcher banned from journal board for citation abuse
This lecture by Lorraine Daston is an incredible journey through siege warfare, Parisian police and algorithms.
Journal special issues, scam
Retraction Watch warns about a scam involving journal special issues.
It asks me to explain what my teaching philosophy is. I find this a weird exercise: in no other area of life am I expected to have a philosophical view of something. I read some pedagogical material and it's not very philosophical.
I apologize to everyone who did better before me.
Post-doc at JYU & CoeGameCult. Specialized in philosophy, game studies and digital culture.
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