Explain how and why time-travel fiction needs to presuppose the Other (or the cu


Explain how and why time-travel fiction needs to presuppose the Other (or the cunning reason) in order to give a narrative coherence to its time paradox. example; Anime movie “The Girl Who Leapt Through Time”
A genealogy of time-travel novel: Since H. G. Wells’ The Time Machine (1895), it has been a major genre of hardcore Sci-fi (ex. Doraemon)
The theme of changing the past and future: the stream of time in this genre is usually a coherent continuum and our identity (id-entity) is questioned as to the problem of the time paradox
How to explain the time paradox in a time-travel novel:
How does the Other (or the Cunning Reason) give a coherence to the time paradox in time travel fiction?


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