Masatsugu IRIBE(private)(@masa2goo)

It’s a topic of discussion in graduate education, but I believe there is a difference between “放置” (hōchi) and “放牧” (hōboku). “放置” refers to truly leaving something unattended, while “放牧” involves instructors overseeing and managing from high above, like a god’s eye view. If you deviate from the direction where the food is, you are unconsciously redirected. You are manipulated to wander within the framework of the problem. (Continued)

  • Personally, I think Unexplored feels quite “放牧” (hōboku)-like.