## Finite and Infinite Games
### Finite and Infinite Games
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#### Metadata
* Author: [[James Carse]]
* Full Title: Finite and Infinite Games
* Category: #books
#### Highlights
* In one respect, but only one, an infinite game is identical to a finite game: Of infinite players we can also say that if they play they play freely; if they must play, they cannot play. (Location 80)
* meaningfulness of discourse, while the rules of debate must remain constant. (Location 118)
* "To believe is to know you believe, and to know you believe is not to believe" (Sartre). If no amount of veiling can conceal the veiling (Location 176)
# Finite and Infinite Games
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## Metadata
- Author: [[James Carse]]
- Full Title: Finite and Infinite Games
- Category: #books
## Highlights
- In one respect, but only one, an infinite game is identical to a finite game: Of infinite players we can also say that if they play they play freely; if they must play, they cannot play. (Location 80)
- meaningfulness of discourse, while the rules of debate must remain constant. (Location 118)
- “To believe is to know you believe, and to know you believe is not to believe” (Sartre). If no amount of veiling can conceal the veiling (Location 176)