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27). In this book, the primary value of Saler’s approach lies with its explanatory power relative to the contemporary habit of increasingly and communally inhabiting imaginary worlds – now frequently as transmedia24 experiences. On this view, the recent and astounding popularity of works such as The Lord of the Rings, Twilight, and Harry Potterr is regarded as an effect of deeper and on-going trends in Western culture,25 and thereby as reasonable rather than surprising. Such a position is formulated also by Tom Boellstorff (2010), who explicitly links the development of virtual worlds to fantasy literature, highlighting Tolkien’s importance.
To Aristotle, this inner principle of man is reason. The inner principle of Elves, the way they fulfil their function in creation and live their lives well, is Ethics and Form in The Lord of the Rings 45 by sub-creating beauty in the world. The inner principle of men in Middle-earth, what sets them apart from Elves and Dwarfs, would be the exercise of their free will. On this line of thinking, Sauron’s thwarting of the inner principle of Elves by turning them into coarse and ugly Orcs is a strong violation of their telos.
The different God-given predispositions of the different races of Middle-earth bring to mind Aristotle’s notion of telos, in which growth and change is determined by an inner principle. To Aristotle, this inner principle of man is reason. The inner principle of Elves, the way they fulfil their function in creation and live their lives well, is Ethics and Form in The Lord of the Rings 45 by sub-creating beauty in the world. The inner principle of men in Middle-earth, what sets them apart from Elves and Dwarfs, would be the exercise of their free will.
A Good Night for Ghosts (Magic Tree House, Book 42) by Mary Pope Osborne