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Today in Tablet Magazine, in his weekly Arbiter column, senior writer considers Olaf Stapledon’s largely forgotten 1937 sci-fi novel Star Maker, seeing Stapledon as a rigorous theologian more in debt to the 17th-century Jewish philosopher Baruch Spinoza than perhaps any other thinker in the past century.

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