Sci-Phi: Science Fiction as Philosophy: Firefly, Blake's 7, and Political Rebellion
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David Kyle Johnson., David Kyle Johnson|ACTOR., The Great Courses|DIRECTOR., & The Great Courses|PRODUCER. (2018). Sci-Phi: Science Fiction as Philosophy: Firefly, Blake's 7, and Political Rebellion . The Great Courses.

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David Kyle Johnson et al.. Sci-Phi: Science Fiction As Philosophy: Firefly, Blake's 7, and Political Rebellion The Great Courses, 2018.

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