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Ludic derives from Latin ludus, "play." It means literally 'playful', and refers to any philosophy where play is the prime purpose of life. Ludic derives from the Latin and connotes anything that is "fun."
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Other influences: Ludic philosophy has also influenced literature. Works such as Don Quixote de la Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes and Seven Gothic Tales by Isak Dinesen are considered ludic texts because of their absurd nature.
- Bob Black
- Robert Anton Wilson (especially in Schrödinger's Cat trilogy)
- Mikhail Mikhailovich Bakhtin (especially carnival)
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