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Editorial – Sci Phi Journal 2019/2

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One of the parables attributed to Christ tells of the evolutionary trials of seeds that fall unto various kinds of soil, particularly with reference to their subsequent growth prospects. Now cyberspace certainly is a difficult terrain with plenty of rocky patches, so we at SPJ are well pleased that this summer issue of the relaunched…

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Editorial – Sci Phi Journal 2019/1

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by Ádám Gerencsér Online publishing is a fractured landscape. There is a large volume of content vying for the attention of a relatively narrow readership. So why another journal? In his post ‘So Long, and Thanks for the Philosophy’, the previous editor, Ray Blank, who had steered the Sci Phi Journal through the turbulent year…

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The End of History, the Beginning of Hers

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A lost tale reconstructed from the Byzantine chronicle of 1453 by Ádám Gerencsér A portent of imminent defeat hung heavily in the air. This day of reckoning had been put off for generations by the forefathers of the city’s current inhabitants, in turn by diplomacy, by cunning or deceit, at times by feigned fealty and…

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