All Things Philosophical on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel: the Series


Have a technical question about demons, souls, or slayers in the Buffyverse? Want to ponder the ethical dilemmas of the Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel: The Series characters? This is your complete compendium to all things mystical, good, and evil in the Buffyverse.From Aristotle to Satre, Anarchism to Utilitarianism, All Things Philosophical offers a fun and fascinating look at one of the most complex and compelling fictional universes on television. And it’s a good place to go to find down-to-Earth, entertaining explanations of the mythology of the shows.The brain-child of Nancy E. Shaffer, AKA “Masquerade the Philosopher”, this internationally-acclaimed website has been a long-time destination for fans seeking to explore the Buffyverse on a deeper level. Visit the forum archives to find relaxed, (civil!), and insightful discussions from a cornucopia of perspectives. Social science, politics, religion, critical theory, mythology, literature: no analytical stone is left unturned.

“…[T]he most encyclopedic and thought-provoking Buffy/Angel site on the Internet. It is absolutely wonderful.”
—Scott McLaren, Humanities & Religious Studies Librarian, York University, Toronto, Ontario

“…[I]nvaluable to …Buffy scholars. …such a great collection of information….”
—Dr. Kim Wells, General Editor, Women Writers E-zine

“[This] site is brilliant, …it was my pleasure to put it [my books]…. I think it’s amazing.”
—Nikki Stafford, Author of Bite Me! An Unofficial Guide to the World of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Once Bitten: An Unofficial Guide to the World of Angel

“[Masquerade is] definitely one of… [the] celebs in the fan community…”
—Laura Scott Holliday, Department of English, Randolph-Macon College

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