Science fiction and the moral imagination : visions, minds, ethics / Russell Blackford.
Russell Blackford 1954- authorBook
Presenting futures past : science fiction and the history of science / edited by Amanda Rees and Iwan Rhys Morus.
Rees, Amanda, 1972- (editor contributor)
Chicago, IL : University of Chicago Press
Presenting futures past : science fiction and the history of science / Amanda Rees and Iwan Rhys Morus -- Looking into the future : the telectroscope that wasn't there / Iwan Rhys Morus -- Thought transfer and mind control between science and fiction : Fedor Ilʹin's The Valley of New Life (1928) / Nikolai Krementsov -- Darwin on the cutting-room floor : evolution, religion, and film censorship / David A. Kirby -- Chinese science fiction : imported and indigenous / Lisa Raphals -- Hylozoic anticolonialism : archaic modernity, internationalism, and electromagnetism in British Bengal, 1909-1940 / Projit Bihari Mukharji -- Parallel prophecies : science fiction and futurology in the twentieth century / Peter J. Bowler -- Locating Kexue Xiangsheng (Science crosstalk) in relation to the selective tradition of Chinese science fiction / Nathaniel Isaacson -- Playing games with technology : fictions of science in the Civilization series / Will Slocombe -- War and peace in British science fiction fandom, 1936-1945 / Charlotte Sleigh and Alice White -- Old woman and the sea : evolution and the feminine aquatic / Erika Lorraine Milam -- Ahead of time : Gerald Feinberg and the governance of futurity / Colin Milburn -- Environmental futures, now and then : crisis, systems modeling, and speculative fiction / Lisa Garforth -- Sleeping science-fictionally : nineteenth-century utopian fictions and contemporary sleep research / Martin Willis -- From technician's extravaganza to logical fantasy : science and society in John Wyndham's postwar fiction, 1951-1960 / Amanda Rees -- The speculative present : how Michael Crichton colonized the future of science and technology / Joanna Radin -- Gaming the apocalypse in the time of antibiotic resistance / Lorenzo Servitje.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
v, 346 pages : illustrations
Osiris a research journal devoted to the history of science and its cultural influences. no:34
You may use this item for non-commercial teaching and research purposes only, provided that due credit is given to the creator(s) and/or to the owner of the collection, as applicable.
It is forbidden to harm the author’s honor or reputation by means of altering the item or damaging the integrity of the item.
In addition to specifying the name(s) of the creator(s) when making use of their work, please acknowledge the source of the material as follows:
From the collection of the National Library of Israel, courtesy of: ______*.
*The name of the collection owner that is indicated in the Library catalog
Any use that does not comply with the above conditions is subject to consent from the owner of copyright in the item and/or the owner of the collection from which the item originated, as applicable.
For any additional copyright information please contact NLI’s copyright inquiry service here.
If you believe that there is an error in the information above, or in case of any concern of copyright infringement in connection with this item, please contact us by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Have more information? Found a mistake?
Russell Blackford 1954- authorBook
For a certain generation, the story of the Exodus, the ship that carried 4,500 Jewish refugees from post-war Europe to Mandatory Palestine, encapsulates the essence of Israel’s creation – a journey, an exodus – from the hellish depths of the Holocaust to the exhilarating heights of independencTo the article on our blog
Else Lasker-Schüler (1869-1945) is considered to be one of the greats of German poetry, a bohemian artist who corresponded with many of the most prominent cultural figures of her time including Albert Einstein, Martin Buber and Thomas Mann. She fled Nazi Germany to British Mandatory Palestine, ultimTo the article on our blog
The month of Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, during which Muslims are obligated to fast from dawn to sunset. Fasting during Ramadan is one of the five pillars (i.e., canonical practices) of Islam. During the daylight hours in Ramadan, Muslims are prohibited from food, drink, smokMore on this subject