In "Doctor Who and Philosophy," a team of mostly human philosophers (who are also fans) looks at the deeper issues raised by the Doctor's mind-blowing adventures. They discuss, among other topics, the Doctor's philosophy of science, the ethics of a universe with millions of intelligent species, what makes one life-form more important than another, whether time travelers can change history, and how the "Doctor Who" TV show is changing the world we live in. The chapters draw freely on both the classic series (1963-1989) and ...

Doctor Who and Philosophy 2010, Open Court Publishing Company, Chicago, IL

ISBN-13: 9780812696882

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