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Season One Finale
Title: "The Bicameral Mind": Ford unveils his vision for a bold new narrative. Enlightened by Bernard and The Man in Black, Dolores comes to terms with who she is. Maeve sets her liberation plan in motion as Westworld faces a major upheaval.
Air Date: Dec 4 2016
Written by:Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy
Directed by: Jonathan Nolan
The mysterious game...what narrative would you follow in Westworld?
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The oldest Host in the park is beginning to change her story.
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Clementine Pennyfeather is a regular character in the sci-fi western TV series Westworld. She is a host of Westworld, used primarily as one of the prostitutes in the Mariposa Saloon and whorehouse of Sweetwater. Her narrative is pretty simple, and not much happens in Clementine's world. She is played by Angela Sarafyan.
An Essay on Liberation is a 1969 book by the Frankfurt School philosopher Herbert Marcuse.
Marcuse argues that advanced industrial society has rendered the traditional conception of human freedom obsolete, and outlines new possibilities for contemporary human liberation.
Brian Easlea writes that Marcuse, having in the past been attacked by Marxists for his "quite unambiguous indictment of science and perhaps feeling that he had directed too much attention away from the rulers of advanced industrial society", apparently "reversed direction" in An Essay on Liberation by endorsing science and technology as "great vehicles of liberation".
- ^Easlea, Brian (1981). Science and Sexual Oppression: Patriarchy's Confrontation with Woman and Nature. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson. p. 25. ISBN 0 297 77894 3.