But I'm also fascinated by the concepts that intersect with Book IX of Paradise Lost, especially as they pertain to Mormon studies in a digital age (a preoccupation of mine evidenced by Ships of Hagoth).
If time were not an issue, I would explore the following subjects:
- Milton's thoughts on the ethics and implications of personal and communicated knowledge, as expressed in Paradise Lost and Areopagitica
- Doctrines, attitudes and histories of the LDS Church and it's members on the ethics and implications of personal and communicated knowledge
- Challenges and implications of the above in a digital world
As it stands, that list looks like an elephant so large, it would take years to digest, even at the rational rate of one bite at a time.
[Blogger sighs with exaspiration.]