7 edition of Play Ethic found in the catalog.
September 1, 2005
by Pan Books Limited
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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NOTE: This is a intro post - regular blog updates are below. Pat Kane, Director of The Play Ethic, writes: Below the fold is a sample of what we've gotten up to with the Play Ethic over the last few years.
Everything from literary reviews to scientific seminars, futurist curating to keynote speaking; both re-storying organisations in crisis, and facilitating celebrations of excellence. The Play Ethic seeks to change the way you look at your daily life, how you interact with others, how you view the world.
It is a guidebook to new, exciting and unsettling times. Shocking, controversial, yet magnificently argued, The Play Ethic is a book no one who works, or has ever worked, can afford to be without/5(3). The Play Ethic explores the Play Ethic book meaning of play and shows how a more playful society would revolutionize and liberate our daily lives.
Using wide and varied sources from the Enlightenment to Eminem, Socrates to Chaos theory, Kierkegaard to Karaoke, this book shows how play is fundamental /5. The book: "The Play Ethic: A Manifesto for a Different Way of Living", Pat Kane (Macmillan, ) Buy at Amazon (UK, US,), Dymocks (Aus), Chapters (Can) The Play Ethic now available for selected text-search at Google Books.
The Play Ethic explores the real meaning of Kane writes engagingly and with a humility difficult to find among idea-entrepreneurs’ James Harkin, Independent We all think we know what play is.
Play is what we do as children, what we do outside of work, what we do for no other reason than for pleasure/5. The Play Ethic explores the real meaning of play and shows how a more playful society would revolutionize and liberate our daily lives.
Using wide and varied sources – from the Enlightenment to Eminem, Socrates to Chaos theory, Kierkegaard to Karaoke – The Play Ethic shows how play is 3/5(1).
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That relationship was doomed from the /5(). With imagination and flair, the author alsointroduces the idea of a play ethic, as opposed to a work ethic, and demonstrates the importance of plays as a necessary and desirable component of the comic a growing body of environmental literature dealing with spirituality, ethics, ecofeminism, nature writing, and alternative.
The Play Ethic seeks to change the way you look at your daily life, how you interact with others, how you view the world. It is a guidebook to new, exciting – and unsettling – times. Shocking, controversial, yet magnificently argued, The Play Ethic is a book no one who works, or has ever worked, can afford to be without/5(6).
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The Moral Quest: Foundations of Christian Ethics by Stanley Grenz. This is probably my favorite ethics text because it explains both the history of ancient approaches to ethics as well as introducing readers to the various.
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The play ethic is what happens when the values of play become the foundation of a whole way of life. It turns us into more militant producers and more discriminating consumers.
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Virtue ethics focuses on the development of sound moral character rather than moral rules. In this theory, it is believed that having a virtuous character leads to virtuous decisions. Both teleological and deontological ethical theories are called deontic or action-based theories of morality.
This is because they focus entirely on the actions. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Towards the Play Ethic --Next Move: The Birth of a Player --A General Theory of Play --The Angels Make Work: Putting the Protestant Ethic Behind Us --Rise of the Soulitarians: The Net, Digitality and Play --Lifestyle Militants: Women, Children and Men at Play --Wisdon Lovers: An.Start studying Ethics final ch Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.Ethics and Morality.
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