Is this indeed a "game" we are playing, as opposed to a mental exercise? If this is a game, are there explicit rules or assumed rules? If the rules are assumed, how does the community of "players" educate with the purpose of forcing conformity with redard to one who tests the boundaries (assuming, of course, that the community has the ability to enforce any such violation of its proscriptions)? Just because I ask a whole bunch of questions before waiting for an answer, does that make my questions rhetorical?
And how many people (I know I didn't) bothered to actually read all the way through the <i>Orestia</I>? Isn't Aeschylus boring as all get-out?
- Akhmed Al-Fayyed