(urth) Theism Supports Free Will Better than Materialism Does

Robert Pirkola rpirkola at hotmail.com
Fri Oct 17 11:22:05 PDT 2014

Lee said: "Plus, if a pawn makes it to the end of the board, they can be brought back as a more powerfulpiece. I think Wolfe intends this analogy for Severian (The Conciliator/New Sun) after he returnsfrom Yesod."
He has made such an analogy at least one other time, in "To the Seventh", which also contains this interesting passage that has a whiff of recent topics: "Outside its sides that were not sidesthe universe was a point of matter vastly heavy, and a vastness beyond the reach of mathematicsin which matter was so rare that it could truthfully said not to exist." (*Strange Travelers*, Torpaperback, pg. 132). 		 	   		  
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