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By Uderzo Goscinny

ISBN-10: 8434567326

ISBN-13: 9788434567320

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8 Although in context, Nietzsche’s character Zarathustra is preaching about humanity’s religious experience, the general idea is well admired by transhumanists. They see humanity and its current normal range as something to be overcome, something that oppressively limits us. Our minds, curiously not as constrained as our bodies, can imagine what it would be like to be very different from what we are. Is this not obvious in the case of the fictional X-Men? We can imagine ourselves with abilities beyond what we can actually do.

Jean would rather die than live as the Phoenix, and it was her “ultimate decision,” and the final expression of her autonomy, to make that choice. Perhaps the Watcher sums it up best on the final page: “When faced with a choice between keeping her god-like power—knowing she would then wreak death and destruction across the stars—and dying herself, she chose the latter. . Jean Grey could have lived to become a god. But it was much more important to her that she die . . 24 But that does not diminish the sacrifice she made to save countless lives—and herself—at the end of The Dark Phoenix Saga.

2. In an alternate universe, I would have written this essay around Colossus’s self-sacrifice in Uncanny X-Men #390 (Feb. 2001), reprinted in X-Men: Dream’s End (2004). ) 3. Kitty Pryde to Emma Frost, Astonishing X-Men #3 (Sept. 2004). 4. 1. 5. I said I’m sorry! Let it go, man . . 6. This assumes that all lives are valued equally or contribute the same amount to total happiness, which we can doubt. ” in Batman and Philosophy: The Dark Knight of the Soul, edited by Mark D. White and Robert Arp (Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, 2008), pp.

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