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11-03-2009 @ 11:57AM
I've read, and own, other books of this series: Monty Python, Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Star Wars, Serenity (Firefly), The Matrix, and maybe one or two others. Most of the essays are interesting and a fun read, if you know somewhat about philosophy. My husband (who has a minor is philosophy) loves them. The essays really are about taking philosophical ideas and applying them to situations in the various settings, to both discover why we like the settings and their themes, and to postulate what various philosophers' interpretations of the settings/stories might be, if the philosophers were alive today.
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