By David K. Johnson
The first unauthorized examine the philosophy in the back of Heroes, one among TV's most well-liked shows
When usual contributors from all over the world inexplicably improve superhuman skills, they query who they're, fight to deal with new duties, and choose even if to take advantage of their new energy for reliable or for evil. each episode of Tim Kring's hit television exhibit Heroes is a philosophical challenge. Heroes and Philosophy is the 1st booklet to research how philosophy makes this exhibit so compelling. It allows you to research questions the most important to our life as pondering, rational beings. Is the corporate evil, or reliable? Does Hiro quite have a future? can we? Is it ok to lie which will cover your powers or shop the realm? Heroes and Philosophy bargains solutions to those and different exciting questions.
- Brings the perception of history's philosophical heavyweights resembling Plato and Nietzche to Heroes characters and settings
- Adds a enjoyable and engaging size in your knowing of the show
- Expands your pondering Heroes because the sequence expands from picture and textual content novels to motion figures and a video game
Whether you are new to Heroes or were a fan due to the fact that day one, this booklet will take your delight in the exhibit to the subsequent level.