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In Westworld, We Watch Hosts Discover Their Own Trauma

The premise of Westworld, the theme park, is simple: what if we had a place where we could expose our worst selves, and to fall in love and fuck and kill without worrying about the suffering or autonomy of the objects of our love and rage. The premise of Westworld is more complicated—what happens when the objects become so apparently conscious that they can no longer be controlled? Read more.
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