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Doctor Who 101
1) This is a fairly small point, but important. The show's name is "Doctor Who". The word "Doctor" is always spelled out and never abbreviated. It is always capitalized.
2) The lead character's name is "the Doctor". "Doctor Who" is a question, not a name. It ties into one of the central themes of the show, which is a quest for identity. Occasionally on the part of the Doctor, but mostly by his companions.
3) Doctor Who is primarily a sci-fi morality play in which the ethical ramifications of one's actions are called into question. The action sequences and other razzle-dazzle are incidental to the main themes of the show.
4) The Doctor is not meant to exemplify a type of savior, but is rather the ultimate expression of humanity. The Doctor is ultimately ethical because he bears the consequences of his own choices, allows others to bear the consequences of their own choices, and occasionally protects people from the consequences of choices made by themselves and others, paying the price himself as a type of parental figure.
5) The philosophy of Doctor Who is always naturalistic and humanistic, but also always optimistic. The lesson is that things can and will get better, but that impetus for betterment comes from our own choices.
6) The central conflict behind the War Doctor is that the Doctor has always viewed war as an unethical and inhumane practice, even in his conflicts with Cybermen, Daleks, and other Terminator precursors. That the War Doctor exists at all is a paradox that causes the 10th and 11th Doctors much anxiety. The 50th anniversary special "Day of the Doctor" tells his story.
7) Every incarnation of the Doctor is slightly different, and thus every incarnation of Doctor Who is slightly different. If one Doctor doesn't grab you, skip a season and try again!
"The rational mind is dangerous; the Christian mind is devastating."
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