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I did not find in this book what I was expecting from the title.
It's well written and interesting. I touches briefly on boredom and limits. Much of the time is passed criticizing irony. I would say that irony, instead of play, is the main focus of this book.
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Being satisfied with everything for what it is and what we are may that the joy out of the things that matter and send it out in the darkness only to return to us as something else.
This book was a let-down. Way too biased without any compassion for differences or minorities.
Listening to this book is probably not the best way to take on Bogost's ideas, and personally I founds the reader's emphasis incoherent with content.
Bogost lectures on the many faults of Ironyer, positivism, mindfulness and others.
Instead he offers allowing things to be what they are, and circumscribing them to explore their potential. But how we are to do ''tis is not clear.
It is less a guide and more philosophical thesis.
There is much to ponder.