Once the environment achieves a ludic
dimension, we play his game willingly.
With Diddit, we are creating a single place for users to visit for all of their diverse experiences in life where they can discover interests they never thought possible, share stories about their activities and engage with dynamic communities," said Paul Gauthier, co-founder of Ludic
The pattern of the book is organized around what the author calls "A Ludic
Biography" brief narratives of the chronological order of Hopkins' life in which Feeney traces the ludic
facets of Hopkins' playful personality and the ways he expressed them.
The games most subordinate to rules are described as ludic
(Caillois, 1962, p.
In distinction to these sonnets, other sonnets from the Burguillos collection demonstrate a far more parodic or ludic
There is definitely no Derrida, despite the claims to valorize the ludic
While many of his projects involve some kind of time-based public performance, they generally pursue a ludic
course, often involving multiple partners and the various transformations implied by the act of collaboration.
Sometimes it's commentary, sometimes satire, sometimes absurdity, sometimes what I call ludic
, a mind play.
They now believe she was Odile Ludic
, from Paris, who was studying English at a Cambridge language school.
Alice Trent The Ministry of Pain by Dubravka Ugresic (Telegram Books) A young Croatian, Tanja Ludic
, finds herself teaching 'Yugonostalgia' to other migrs from the former Yugoslavia, in Amsterdam.
His approach to literature is fundamentally ludic
in character, but he plays an extremely focused, oriented kind of game that testifies to a deep seriousness of purpose, one whose outcomes deserve to be considered in high sobriety.
The third is the ludic
mode, which relates to my liking for constraints, exploits and "exercises" and gives rise to all the work based on the notions and devices gleaned from Oulipo's experiments: palindromes, lipograms, pangrams, anagrams, isograms, acrostics, crosswords, and so on.