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Who am I? : "A Scanner Darkly" by Philip K. Dick
I'm a big Pynchon fan, too, so don't get me wrong here, but it seems to me like the main difference ...
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On How to Spin a Top-Notch Yarn of Bullshit: "The Moon is a Harsh Mistress" by Robert A. Heinlein
The usual pretty crude pneumatic sex-fantasies cropped up... But women actually have a pretty domina...
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The SF Lamp was Broken: "Six of Crows" by Leigh Bardugo
After having finished “Six of Crows”, I would encourage anyone to consider the potential for SF to h...
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Beckettian SF: "The Man in the High Castle" by Philip K. Dick
“The Man in the High Castle” is my second favourite PKD novel, after “Do Androids Dream of Electric ...
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Thinking in Code: "Antao's Tetris Ported from Python"
If you want to have a go at my version of the game, you can install it from here at the Google Play ...
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The Risks of Universal Enfranchisement: "Starship Troopers" by Robert A. Heinlein
Word of warning. I’m going to discourse both on the book and on the Verhoeven’s movie. He didn't i...
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Argghh, Just One More Go Mum: "Exploring Tetris On My Own"
"but...but...the Spectrum is for educational purposes Mum! Honest, look it comes with a game called ...
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Darkness Changes Nothing: “Replacement” by Tor Ulven
“There’s no point trying to tell yourself that darkness changes nothing; maybe she believes that, ma...
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Fictionalizing Philosopher: “Philip K. Dick and Philosophy - Do Androids Have Kindred Spirits” by Dylan E. Wittkower
‘In Blade Runner, also, it is an authentic relationship to Being that is taken to be what essentiall...
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Goodreads' Censorship: G.R. Reader's Off-Topic
The closest source I have to hand "the doctrine that knowledge, truth and morality exist in relation...
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