reference of which Does"which" refer to "deriving satisfaction" or "a set framework"? Ludus, by contrast, is ‘play institutionalised as a game’, requiring effort, patience and skill’ and deriving satisfaction from ‘discovering solutions within a set framework which is external to the demands of instrumental function’
May 7, 2016 12:18 PM
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'Which is referring to 'a set framework' Ludus is from the Latin. This looks like maybe it's part of a Ph.D dissertation.
May 9, 2016
It is not clear. Probably both but then goes onto say "is" which suggests you are looking for only one. I conclude that I have no idea. I would have to ask the author. The whole sentence is just so unclear, it has either been writen by a non-native or by someone who wants to ensure zero clarity. Interesting challenge. Even if there is some obscure grammar rule that explains this, I suspect the majority of natives would no know for sure.
May 7, 2016
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