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Arthur Conan Doyle — 'Life is infinitely stranger than anything which the mind of man could invent. We would not dare to conceive the things which are re.

„Life is infinitely stranger than anything which the mind of man could invent.“

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Not that I really mind all that much since, let's face it, any attempt to argue that thesis is going to end up relying on massive amounts of farce and kayfaybe One of the things I love the most about this episode as an adult is that the reason Moriarty becomes a Real Boy is just as simple as "Because they asked the ship to make him one. It feels very much part of the whole "Space is a magical and slightly insane place where anything can happen and probably will" mentality that gave us Abraham Lincoln in Space or Catspaw or Where None Have Gone Before, but which modern-era Trek seemed to spend most of the 90s trying really hard to forget about. Although the key phrase in the episode is cogito ergo sum, and this is the central phrase from the popular heritage of Descartes, which is rightly considered the focal point of a serious problem in Western culture and philosophy. In particular, Descartes' overall philosophy and scientific conception of non-humans is a huge problem with Star Trek's explicit vision. For Descartes, the human which turned out to be restricted to the specifically Western model of reason is the minimal standard of thinking at all, to the point where non-humans were considered automatons.

She would like advice, but is not sure that the matter is not too delicate for communication. And yet even here we may discriminate. When a woman has been seriously wronged by a man she no longer oscillates, and the usual symptom is a broken bell wire. Here we may take it that there is a love matter, but that the maiden is not so much angry as perplexed, or grieved. But here she comes in person to resolve our doubts" Identity. Once again, we see Holmes assigning certain character traits to womanhood. In this case, we get romance and heartbreak.

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