Do violent games make people violent?
- April 27, 2010 9:00am
Join Professor Jennifer Eagan and the Cal State East Bay Philosophy Society for a discussion on the philosophical significance of VIDEO GAMES on Wednesday, April 28th at 12:00pm in MI 3075.
- Do violent games make people violent?
- Should video be considered art?
- Do ethical decisions in games matter?
- What can we learn from video games?
- Where does reality end and virtual reality begin?
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