This year marks the end of the second decade of the 2000s. In honor of this, we thought we’d take a look back at our decade with an end-of-year series.
The internet loves lists, especially year-end ones, and we’ll feed that love a little bit this December. We’ll be hosting seven lists of expert Decade-Best picks. We’ve done movies, and you can look forward to writing, television, music, traditional visual arts, and one surprise list at the end. Each will include philosophers working in these and related areas, but also other academics whose work concerns these topics and people working in the relevant media. But up today: games!
We asked our experts to rank their top five games of all kinds, so let’s see what the 2010s gave us to play with.
Our contributors are:
- Christopher Bartel, professor in Philosophy at Appalachian State University
- Thi Nguyen, associate professor in Philosophy at Utah Valley University
- Brock Rough, independent scholar
- Grant Tavinor, lecturer in Philosophy at Lincoln University, New Zealand
- Marissa Willis, independent scholar