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Episode 135 – “The Long Morrow”

It is reassuring to see that in a future where we are preoccupied with scientific and technological advancement, there is still a place for love at first sight, though, as it’s portrayed in “The Long Morrow,” there is certainly room … Continue reading

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Episode 117 – “The Incredible World of Horace Ford”

In the 17th and 18th centuries, philosophers found it useful to carve up the mind into different components, which they called “faculties.” Descartes, writing in the 17th century, distinguished between the faculties of sensation, imagination, reason, and memory. He, and other philosophers … Continue reading

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Episode 116 – “Of Late I Think of Cliffordville”

There is a particularly American myth, that with grit and determination, hard work, intelligence and cunning, and maybe a touch of luck, anyone can become a successful and wealthy titan of business. This myth discounts the role that other people … Continue reading

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Episode 112 – “No Time Like the Past”

“No Time Like the Past” is another of many episodes addressing the possibility of time travel and the philosophical issues raised by it. The episode begins with an argument about the risks associated with time traveling to the past. Paul … Continue reading

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Episode 91 – “Little Girl Lost”

You know you’re in the Twilight Zone when you witness a set of parents discover that their daughter is missing, and they don’t call the police. They call a physicist. Oddly, that turns out to be a good move, because … Continue reading

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