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What problems is our current philosophy causing for the recognition of the basic rules of English grammar, and how and why is this affecting the word game?
The problems we have with understanding the word game - (and therefore how it is applied - (design/creation)) - ultimately exist because the basic foundations of our language have been recognised and then laid/installed (taught and informed) upside down.
Recognising and understanding art as an application of behaviour, in relation to it's use and other similar concepts, especially games.
Recognising puzzles as an application of behaviour.
An examination of the meaning and use of the word competition, especially in relation to games.
So, letís dive straight in and see if we can figure out the rest of the problems affecting the word game, or its equivalents, before we take a good look at the word itself in isolation - and then see if we can figure out what it truly represents.
Finding and using an objective representation of a person/entity within the English language to describe the required behaviour to and by.
Examining how perceptions of the word game and its relation to the rest of the English language is affected by the language used to describe such things.
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