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    Title: The Wrath of Gaia vs. the Second Coming of Science: Beyond Interstellar’s Dualistic Narrative
    Authors: Ramos, José M.
    Date: 2015-12
    Issue Date: 2017-01-16 14:54:32 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 淡江大學未來學研究所
    Abstract: This essay was inspired by the possibility that futures studies methods, theories and frameworks could shed some light on science fiction, in particular contemporary science fiction cinema – to act as a window into contemporary culture. Much is written about our future from the vantage point of futures studies, from literature on megatrends to scenarios of the near and long term future. And still more is written about science fiction genre, which arguably grapples most with complex issues and social and technological transformation. And yet still more is narrated and imagined by science fiction about our futures – from space operas, to robotic soap dramas, dystopian noir, cautionary allegory, and psychohistory. But what is written about science fiction from the vantage point of futures studies? Could futures studies be used to shed light on science fiction, to interpret science fiction and derive insights about ourselves?
    Relation: Journal of Futures Studies 20(2), pp.133-140
    DOI: 10.6531/JFS.2015.20(2).E133
    Appears in Collections:[未來研究叢刊] 第20卷第2期

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