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  • "...the consecrated spot cannot be distinguished from the playground." Also! On the limitedness of play it "satisfies itself and ends there"( pg. 9)

To deconstruct, or maybe not deconstruct - to go into this massive theoretical pool of the history of the idea of play is pretty crazy. I've been thinking about this reading in relationship to my other classes where we live in temporary spheres for elongated points of time. There is order in these spheres and limited perfection and a level of secrecy as to what is happening inside the world. I have a lot of questions, but I can't articulate them at the moment- I'll come back to this...