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[Xmca-l] Re: The history of science fiction and imagined worlds

I thought David Kellogg's comment below very thought-provoking:

''In less obvious ways, it seems to me, these imaginary worlds are
interested in a clash that we no longer take very seriously. It's the
clash between a form of knowledge which is broadly humanist, because
empirical, and one which is narrowly rationalist, because puritanical.''