Say that out of sheer irony, historians conclude that John Romero's body of work was philosophically profound and worthy of being studied as intentently as those of the Greeks, Nietzsche, Jung, etc. How do you think he would be studied under those contexts? Basically, what I'm asking is if you were a university-level philosophy professor and your curriculum had to cover John Romero, what exactly would you discuss?
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