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In this paper, we use chess games as drama-producing events to generate traditional stories in multiple genres that contain no chess-specific content. ... We consider chess games as activities capable of being dramatic and entertaining in their own domain. Chess can inspire the same kind of audience reaction as novels, plays, and films. ... The NPC then proceeds to tell a story describing the battle. How would the narrative content required for this conversation be created? ...dblp:conf/fdg/BuckthalK14 fatcat:gi3a4ww4ljf35m7a4ozugvn6t4
representations of the historical past or as a (re)production of "mythistory" (Joseph Mali). ... This playful re-imagination of the historical past serves as a creative laboratory, where audience ability to recognize and/or resist historical manipulations as well as to embrace plural and polyphonic ... The image is further supported by the rhetoric of the play itself: Barbora is addressed as "the queen of a game of chess" or "white queen". ...doi:10.7146/nts.v31i2.120121 fatcat:iadh5pxlyjb3xni2uuymzxzqbi
This paper is available in Res Philosophica, and can be accessed online here. ... We want to be the authors of our own stories, to be able to look on our works and say: "this bears my signature, this is me" (Pettit 2001, 6). ... By way of illustration, consider the capacities for choice that one enjoys within a game of chess. ...doi:10.11612/resphil.1560 fatcat:v5bujpf2t5cyncti7yj37emu74
We seek to redress this bias by researching a traditional black South African Pedi children's game Masekitlana. ... However, 'the long childhood' of Masekitlana suggests that the stages theory of Piaget, as well as Vygotskyian ideas that have come down to us via Cole & Scribner and Valsiner, require revision in ... Mapelo writes, based on her memory of her own childhood play, as follows: Masekitlana is a story-telling game in which the narrator uses stones as characters to enact a story, which often includes a complex ...doi:10.4102/sajce.v4i1.55 fatcat:7dam66udpbcn7bixzce7be6o6m
estimate, † between any value in parameter space and the true estimate, there is a path in parameter space along which the penalty changes monotonically, † the penalty function must be invariant under re-parameterisation ... 63] and sec. 0.3.1 5 see  (and ) and perhaps also  [73, Appendix 3, pp145-146 and p154] 6 see footnote 213 and text around it 7 in more recent times, some years after Chris stepped down as ... The equivalent piece (in Chris's game) of the (chess) pawn moved forward one square at a time, and captured the same way (forward one square). There was some sort of notion of a (chess-like) pin. ...doi:10.1093/comjnl/bxm117 fatcat:quybnrbiunennggqbjwrg3a7gu
Re-Orientalism, initially defined as the perpetration of Orientalism by 'Orientals' (Lau 2009) , is a discourse which comes out of and is inescapably informed by postcolonial and diasporic legacies. ... The first part of the article notes how the discourse of 'Dark India' via Indian writing in English (IWE) has become not only a re-Orientalist practice, but most relevantly a re-Orientalist strategy, designed ... I can't make fancy rissoles of each word. … If you want my story, you'll have to put up with how I tell it. ...doi:10.1080/1369801x.2014.984619 fatcat:a7al3f67ezgeflogsvnmgwon4a
At the behavioral level, we propose that dream narrative evolved as exploratory behavior made in a virtual environment promoting "emotional (un)learning", that is, habituation of emotional responses, anxiety ... Notice that, in some cultures, telling dreams occupy the same cultural niche of telling stories and myths. ... Dreams as virtual exploratory behavior explains why some activities idiosyncratic to modern humans (for example, visual spatial games: chess, Tetris, video games) are easily induced in dreams and hypnagogic ...arXiv:cond-mat/0208590v3 fatcat:n4hevcj3zngzvphq7sz6fjqli4
Effectiveness: 19 participants finished≥6 courses as well as the follow-up survey. ... Quantitative and qualitative analyses were performed based on the RE-AIM (Reach, Effectiveness, Adoption, Implementation, and Maintenance) framework to evaluate the program. ... Briant  implemented a novel approach to health education through story-telling and sharing, which achieved excellent results. ...doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0260934 pmid:34860851 pmcid:PMC8641877 fatcat:sy65ns2oh5gcnoq25cxszsqko4
As an iconic androgynous character in an incredibly successful and popular video game series, Link is an important case study for gender-based game scholarship, and the controversies surrounding his design ... The Legend of Zelda series is one of the most beloved and acclaimed Japanese video game franchises in the world. ... This can therefore be interpreted as a key moment for future research on game content and gaming culture, especially regarding accessibility and visibility for nonmale gender identities. ...doi:10.17011/ht/urn.201911265025 fatcat:su3p7laiu5ca5anci3nwdjnziu
In episode 6, finally, Number 2 manages to win his game of chess against 6 by casting him as "the one", i.e. as both the new Village head and the new Summakor manager. ... The 2009 Prisoner, rather, re-assesses the place of television in an overall surveillance scheme. ...doi:10.4000/tvseries.1394 fatcat:2qr46ipu3vbr7kgc5ttcrl7qnq
Oliphant tells this woman’s story with a strength and pathos that no living writer could excel. ... LONGMANS’ MODERN SERIES. ry re SHAKESPEARE’S CORIOLANUS. With Introduction, Story of Play, Character of Coriclanus, Notes, Glossary, Examination Papers, and an Appendix of Prefixes and Terminations. ...
As long as Chess shall last his name will be a household word, and his deeds be held in lasting memory. CONTENTS: MORPHY’S FIRST GAMES. THE FIRST AMERICAN CHESS CONGRESS. ... Chess may be a game, a pastime, a relaxaiion ; but Chess has, at times, absorbed the faculties of the most intellectual of every clime. ...
Re-imagining Doctoral Writing
Second, there are epistemic reasons for re-thinking how doctoral students may wish to write, as evidenced by research on socio-semiotics. ... Julia Molinari's chapter "Re-imagining Doctoral Writings as Emergent Open Systems," draws on critical realism, complexity theory, and emergence in support of the call to re-imagine doctoral writing. ... Acknowledgements We would like to thank Barbara Grant, Anthony Paré, Terry Myers Zawacki, and the anonymous reviewers who each provided helpful feedback as we developed this chapter. , pp. 190-198). ...doi:10.37514/int-b.2021.1343.2.07 fatcat:bpnx4z6bovdazalkukgcsohkcq
T h e manicured or the careworn hand, the tobacco stains, the bitten nails, the nervous tremor, the the ring on the finger and the foreign tattoo each tell their story. ... As an example, various attem pts have been made to write a program m e for the com puter to play chess. ... W h ile not as c o m p re h en sive as th e b ook review ed ab ove, it does re fle ct a variety o f situ ations created by th e ad v an ce o f m e d icin e . ...doi:10.2218/resmedica.v5i4.492 fatcat:fmajccprgbeb5cxvuwoimlg7pm
The Speaker. The Liberal Review
Cunnington’s “ Modern Chess Primer.” Chess is a science as well as an art, and the laws which govern its play are the same all over the world. ... London : Hodder & Stoughton, =e 2s 5 >> — J iy rE 7 —— — — — > * — BB se soa & RE BF * —— — ee — Be a, SZ ai as Ga = * rau - — » 2 ~~ =e ...
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