Monthly Archives: December 2018

Episode 94 – “Four O’Clock”

Can the pursuit of a world devoid of evil be itself an act of evil? ¬†Yes, and that means that were the pursuit successful, it would result in the elimination of the source of that pursuit. In a possible world … Continue reading

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Episode 93 – “The Little People”

Peter Craig is no god. But he has discovered a race of people on a planet who are so much smaller than he is creatures, that David Hume might have described these small people as “though rational, [they are] possessed … Continue reading

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Episode 92 – “Person or Persons Unknown”

As Serling notes, David Gurney has lost something he didn’t even know he had, his identity. A special feature of David Gurney’s circumstances is that he hasn’t lost his sense of who he is, or more neutrally, his belief that … Continue reading

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