From measurement to degeneration

There is no characteristic that is common to everything that we call games... It is a family-likeness term. Think of ball-games alone: some, like tennis, have a complicated system of rules; but there is a game which consists just in throwing the ball as high as one can, or the game which children play of… Continue reading From measurement to degeneration

Economics thinking

Mistakes in business or in science are costly and deplorable, but mistakes in the conduct of life are usually dangerous to life itself. To the tack of illuminating man's progress toward a better understanding of human nature, this book is dedicated. —Alfred Adler (1927) Everybody gets something out of every transaction. —House of Games 1.… Continue reading Economics thinking