A Young Artist, Part 77
(Not in chronological order)
In most games, sports, and competitive activities, to win requires one to out-rank it’s competitors within a set of parameters. But once said parameters are removed, what is winning, and what is losing?
What does one then gamify: happiness, monetary wealth, intelligence, pride, wit? Is one who has monetary wealth but lacks intelligence a winner, or is one who has intelligence but lacks monetary wealth a winner?
Without parameters, subjectivity and polarity play an incredible role.
Perhaps neither are winners.
Perhaps both are winners.