Digital Domains: A Decade of Science Fiction & Fantasy by Ellen Datlow

By Ellen Datlow

A woman who eats goals, a girl who chooses the apes, and a barbarian hero rendered as a college. those are only the various humans readers first met on-line because of the explosion of webzines. Ellen Datlow, editor of Omni on-line, occasion Horizon, and SciFiction, led the cost into the courageous new international of on-line technological know-how fiction. electronic domain names collects the superior and such a lot arguable of these stories—in print for the 1st time.

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The state of European and American philosophy, as he observed it, strengthened his historical pessimism. Philoso­ phers, behaving like the fox who pronounced the grapes sour because they were too high, were engaged in explaining away metaphysics as a semantic misunderstanding. Wasn't this a sign foreboding the end of the search for "unattainable absolute truth"? " The fable of the fox applied not only to the neo-positivists. Wit­ kiewicz raged against Bergson: "intuition" was indeed a meager substitute for striving toward clear cognition.

He fought as an infantry officer in an elite tsarist regiment, was 32 Stanisiaw Ignacy W itkiew icz: A W riter fo r Today? 33 decorated for bravery with the highest Russian distinction (the order of St. Anne) and probably was loved by his soldiers, for at the outbreak of the Revolution they elected him a commissar. We know little, however, of this or of any other wartime inci­ dents. He did not like to talk about them except for a casual re­ mark in a conversation with a friend, for example that counting the minutes before an attack is one of the most dire experiences in the life of man.

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