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Assassin's Creed: Reinventing History

MyGaming - One of my favourite novels is Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose. Ostensibly enough, it’s a murder mystery set in a 14th century Benedictine monastery. Beneath this seemingly bland narrative facade, however, is an exceedingly erudite exposition of empirical reasoning, and the relativistic nature of truths within contingent contexts. And – crucially - all of this is wrapped up in such a sublimely complex combination of fiction and history, it’s impossible to distinguish between the two without a whole lot of extra-curricular reading.

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