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Social Science Fiction :: Chivalry Complex By ellie bee
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Poetry by ellie-bee inspired by the Californian Quarter-Life Crisis Experience. (This is the "cheaper" B&W version of this book.)
Social Science Fiction :: Chivalry Complex By Ellie Bee
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Fiction Addiction By D. E. Park
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Here are still more (71 more!) tiny tales in a variety of genres: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, Fairy Tale and Other—Speculative Fiction. For example:  Follow the terraforming... More > expedition to Planet Margarita.  Would you believe targeted marketing for a playground?  Experience the extreme forms of OCD.  Where would you find a social venue for angels and their pets?  Read early reports of organized crime in rural Wisconsin. And many more! Seventy-one more works of flash, micro, nano, drabbles and dribbles. Short (very short, really really short) tales, from the author of Flush the Fiction and Unwashed Fiction.< Less
The Perverse Utopia: Exploring its Fiction, Philosophy and Social History By Alan Greenhalgh
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This book critically examines the relationship between man and society in Utopian systems. In order to do this, the author reviews a selection of Utopian and dystopian literature. There are excerpts... More > from fiction, philosophy, social and political history, and an appraisal of the relevant issues. Various topics relating to Utopia such as harmony, freedom and its expression, conflict, machines and thought, homosexual rights to marriage, the future of world languages, the function of religion and God, social control and democracy are explored with a view to investigating man's conflict with himself and society. Many of these issues are relevant not only to today but to the 22nd century too. This book provides a thought-provoking addition to the body of literature on the subject.< Less
The Perverse Utopia: Exploring Its Fiction, Philosophy and Social History By Alan Greenhalgh
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This book critically examines the relationship between man and society in Utopian systems. In order to do this, the author reviews a selection of Utopian and dystopian literature. There are excerpts... More > from fiction, philosophy, social and political history, and an appraisal of the relevant issues. Various topics relating to Utopia such as harmony, freedom and its expression, conflict, machines and thought, homosexual rights to marriage, the future of world languages, the function of religion and God, social control and democracy are explored with a view to investigating man's conflict with himself and society. Many of these issues are relevant not only to today but to the 22nd century too. This book provides a thought-provoking addition to the body of literature on the subject.< Less
The Social Club By David J Rodger
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AN ORWELLIAN DETECTIVE STORY WITHIN A DAMAGED UNIVERSE ¦ London survives the event known as Yellow Dawn, but only just; through the authority of the Group that took control nearly ten years... More > ago. When the naked body of a man washes up on the banks of the Thames, the regime in charge tries to dismiss the death as another suicide. Senior Verifier Jadon Purgo has other ideas and as he digs through layers of deceit a gruesome truth begins to emerge...< Less
A Non Fiction Trilogy By Tom Sawyer
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The author, from a lifetime of private writing, has written a trilogy of scientific, political and religious ideas. Book I is a curious new physics hypothesis based on ancient atomism. It parallels... More > current physics in many intriguing ways. Book II is theological writings, and a new interpretation of the books of Daniel and Revelation in the Bible. The author claims it to be much more complete as to matching clues given in these mysterious books, and much more relevant to actual history than the current Rapture/Anti-Christ interpretation that is so well known, . Book III is primarily about the urgent problem of overpopulation. Both books II and III are interspersed with traditional conservative thoughts on politics, social order, economics and government, including the distillation of logical ideas on good government down to a few simple principles.< Less
A Non-Fiction Trilogy By Tom Sawyer
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The author, from a lifetime of private writings, presents a trilogy on scientific, political and religious ideas. Book I is a curious new physics hypothesis derived from ancient atomism. It parallels... More > current physics in many intriguing ways. Book II contains theological writings, including a new interpretation of the books of Daniel and Revelation in the Bible. The author claims it to more completely use the clues given in these mysterious books, as well as being more relevant to actual history, than the current Rapture/Anti-Christ interpretation. Book II is primarily on the urgent problem of overpopulation. Both books II and III are interspersed with traditional conservative ideas about politics, social order, government and economics, including a distillation of logical ideas of good government down to a few simple principles.< Less
Critically analyse the science fiction films written by Andrew Niccol in terms of their social, cultural, philosophical and political contexts. By Sean Blackman
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An extended study into science fiction to critically analyse the films written by Andrew Niccol in terms of their social, cultural, philosophical and political contexts
Critically analyse the science fiction films written by Andrew Niccol in terms of their social, cultural, philosophical and political contexts. By Sean Blackman
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An extended study into science fiction to critically analyse the films written by Andrew Niccol in terms of their social, cultural, philosophical and political contexts