A Proof of the Existence of Fairies

Think 16:45 - 48 (2008)
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A modest satire on Kant’s moral argument for the existence of God, using Richard Dawkins’s ’The God Delusion’as a jumping-off point. It is written from the first-person perspective of a garden fairy at Kew Gardens
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