Satisficing A Portmanteau

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If you’ve taken an economics 101 class you probably know the idea–the ‘homo economicus’ rational being that pursues their own self interest and makes economic models neat and tidy. It’s the frictionless flat surface of economics. It helps us understand … Continued

Chess With Dad

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I don’t remember how old I was–maybe 11 or 12, but one day my dad decided that I needed to learn how to play chess. It’s hard to believe with my life now surrounded by board games that at some … Continued

Board Games As A Realist Activity

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The following is a collection of mostly incomplete thoughts. I’m publishing this now in order to get the thoughts onto the page and to begin a discussion about contemporary society and how board games might be a fantastic leisure activity … Continued