Finite and Infinite Games

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Random House Publishing Group, 1997 - Philosophy - 180 pages
23 Reviews
A fascinating meditation on life as a contest of games to be completed and games to be continued--and on what lies beyond winning and losing.

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Review: Finite and Infinite Games: A Vision of Life as Play and Possibility

User Review  - Udit Agarwal - Goodreads

This book has changed pretty much everything about the world around me. Read full review

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User Review  - John Gamboa - Goodreads

Finite and Infinte Games is simply one of the most important books I have ever read. Until I found this book in a thrift store I had never heard of the author. It was one of the happiest discoveries ... Read full review

About the author (1997)

James P. Carse is Professor of Religion at New York University. A winner of the University's Great Teacher Award, he is author of "Death and Existence: A Conceptual History of Human Mortality" and "The Silence of God: Meditations on Prayer" (published by Macmillan). Carse lives in New York City.

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