In conversation about GamerGate, Propaganda and more..

Dr David Webster from the Religion, Philosophy & Ethics team at the University of Gloucestershire asks Robert Jackson (currently doing a PhD at Lancaster) about what he has found interesting about the recent ‘GamerGate‘ issue..

[We recorded in rather a dark cafe basement in Bath – but the audio is good – so you Cover-195x300can hear what Robert is saying!]

Robert is the author of: Bioshock: Decision, Forced Choice & Propaganda.  (Zero 2104)

BioShock and Philosophy – asking Robert Jackson about his book

Dr David Webster from the Religion, Philosophy & Ethics team at the University of Gloucestershire asks Robert Jackson (currently doing a PhD at Lancaster) about the game BioShock, and the philosophical issues he discusses in his book about the game:

[Cover-195x300We recorded in rather a dark cafe basement in Bath – but the audio is good – so you can hear what Robert is saying!]

Robert is the author of: Bioshock: Decision, Forced Choice & Propaganda.  (Zero 2104)

Video Games and Philosophy: Dr David Webster interviews Robert Jackson

In this video, Dr David Webster asks Robert Jackson, a PhD student at Lancaster, about Philosophy & Video games.

Are video games worth studying? Why, and in what ways, might philosophers be interested in them?

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[We recorded in rather a dark cafe basement in Bath – but the audio is good – so you can hear what Robert is saying!]

Robert is the author of: Bioshock: Decision, Forced Choice & Propaganda.  (Zero 2104)