To what degree are people influenced by society, and to what degree by their origin and family relationships? Is our will truly free? Or do we know not what we do because we cannot predict all consequences of our actions? And what role does modern technology and transnational society play in our lives without us being aware of it? These are the topics that will be discussed in the Gulliver Airship by Finnish writer and neuroscientist Jussi Valtonen, author of the psychological novel They Know Not What They Do and recipient of the Finlandia Prize, and Czech writer and artist Markéta Baňková, author of the popular science bestseller Magpie in the Realm of Entropy and a romantic novel set in the era of genetics Trifle.