6th International Conference on the Philosophy of Computer Games:
The Nature of Player Experience
The purpose of the conference is to address and investigate issues related to the philosophical aspects of computer game research. Aiming to bring together researchers from diverse fields, Computer Games Conference is open to practitioners, academics, students interested in philosophy, computer game- theory, semiotics, aesthetics, sociology, psychology and anthropology.
The present conference is the sixth of a series, starting from 2005. Founding members of this initiative which first took place in Denmark is Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Art and Ideas at the University of Oslo; the Center for Computer Game Research at the IT-University of Copenhagen; and the Philosophical Project Centre (FPS), Oslo.
Since then, an expanded network of members and partners completed with success the following conferences that took place in Italy, Germany, Norway and Greece.
The websites for the previous conferences have links to manuscripts and video recordings.
You can submit your abstract in PDF format through http://review.gamephilosophy.org/.
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