#CFP From Dystopian Caves to Galactic Federations: Social and Political Philosophy in Science Fiction Stories

#CFP From Dystopian Caves to Galactic Federations: Social and Political Philosophy in Science Fiction Stories July 29, 2018

This call for papers from a new online periodical, the Journal of Science Fiction and Philosophycame my way and so I thought I should share it:

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  • John MacDonald

    A few things that scare me about science is that we are increasing the prevalence of boredom in society (e.g., video scenes narcotically switch much more quickly than they did 60 years ago), and anxiety from things like Obsessive Compulsive Disorder are on the rise (e.g., decisions and their consequences happen so quickly on their cell phones and computers that people are constantly rechecking to confirm that they actually did what they think they did). Psychologists say people are addicted to things like blogs and Facebook because they are primed in anticipation to get a response, just like waiting for a slot machine to pay out.