Androids in the Mirror: Synthetic People and the Question of Humanness

An essay about the Android as allegory for the “Other” in science fiction literature and film, questioning just what makes a human “human”.

Terrifying Vistas: A Godless Universe in H.P. Lovecraft’s “Call of Cthulhu”

An analysis of “Call of Cthulhu” in relation to Lovecraft’s theories about “cosmic indifference” and atheism.

Queen to Bishop Three: 2001’s HAL and the Fallibility of Man

An examination of 2001: A Space Odyssey in relation to Kubrick’s other films, focusing especially on the logical deductions that lead HAL to attempt to kill the crew.

The Unholy Trinity: Satan, Sin, and Death in Milton’s Paradise Lost

A research paper examining Satan, Sin, and Death as an inverted Trinity in Paradise Lost.










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