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Although these are extreme examples, they share a common root with lesser forms of negative escapism, according to psychologist Andrew Evans.

“Another definition of unhealthy escapism—escapism gone too far—is the effects it has on the essential fabric of living,” he wrote in , “the individual in the context of family, friends, and social commitments.” Evans connects his definition to Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, which ranks love and a sense of belonging just after basic physiological and safety needs.

Save for some fruits of its early research, purchased in sum by Sun Microsystems, VPL’s sole legacy has been its popularization of the term “virtual reality.”Thirty years have passed since then, and the landscape has finally shifted in virtual reality’s favor.

The idea of a life lived online, or outside of regular society, is largely seen as dangerous and unhealthy.


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