The Pygmalion-Galatea myth in relation to simulation scenarios in Star Trek
Victor Grech (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Issue: Xjenza Online Vol. 1 Iss. 2 - October 2013
Star Trek has existed since 1966, with a total of 738 hours of viewing time. Like most science ction, the series frequently alludes to religion or myth but censors such references for the modern world-view by sanitising them with scientic or scientic-sounding explanation. This paper illustrates the depiction of the Galatea-Pygmalion myth in the franchise and relates these to simulation scenarios.