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    it will change their life. In both “Allegory Of The Cave” by the philosopher Plato, and The Matrix by the Wachowskis’, it can be seen that when man is blinded by his own ignorance and given an opportunity to learn, he is pained by the visions of enlightenment, but with time, will seek out those who are not as knowledgeable, and teach them his ways. In both “Allegory of the Cave” and The Matrix…

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    object. Curiosity enhances human survivability and it makes way for new discoveries and enhancements. Humans would not have adapted as well if they did not question their surroundings. This level of curiosity is shown in “Allegory of the Cave” and The Matrix. These two stories are…

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    those who have been out of the matrix, for those trapped inside of the matrix believe it to be reality, as it has been the only reality they can remember experiencing. The truth is that they are serving as batteries in a pod. The matrix serves as a sliver of a makeshift reality, one that the enslaved human believe it to be true due to their constant dependence to their senses. As every sensation such as touch, taste, touch, smell, sight and smell was fabricated by the matrix and transmitted to…

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    Daniele Aquino Trigilio, Mike Vis 194s 8/30/16 Final Exam A) Neuromancer and Cyberpunk Film In the famous novel “Neuromancer”, written by William Gibson, was one of the first pieces of literature to introduce Cyberpunk as a subgenre within science-fiction. One major component within cyberpunk, deals with augmentations that are put upon the human being both physically and virtually. To put in perspective, one perfect example of augmentation that appears in Neuromancer, puts forward a…

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    REVIEWS OF LITERATURE MOVIE: AVATAR YEAR: 2009 TITLE: Textual analysis of Avatar PUBLISHING DATE: 23rd March, 2015 This essay starts with a short and crisp introduction of the movie Avatar which is written in an easy and vivid language. The reviewer goes on focussing majorly on the applications and technology of Artificial Intelligence in the movie. In the movie, artificial intelligence is implemented in the sophisticated interfacing device, in which a human being's consciousness is linked and…

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    actuality? Based on The Matrix, humans are always in a dream-like state. The film depicts humans attached to a huge artificial intelligence system called the Matrix run by evil machines. This system controls the human mind and conveys it with virtual reality depicting life. In the film, after Morpheus awakens Neo, he tries to decipher the difference between reality and what he thought he knew about reality before. He finds it difficult to differentiate between the Matrix and reality, which leads…

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    What are the most important similarities and differences between The Matrix and Plato’s Cave? In The Matrix, Neo was offered two pills and was asked to choose one of the two pills. The blue pill had an effect of making Neo woke up in his bed and believed whatever he wanted to believe. On the other hand, the red pill would make Neo stay in Wonderland and Morpheus would show him how deep the rabbit hole was. And therefore, Neo decided to take the red pill. Neo also fought a battle for his live…

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    Macbeth, Julius Caesar, and so many more works, is believed to one of the smartest and most enlightened men to live. He is remarkable because he lived in a time where most people were uneducated. Just as in “Allegory of the Cave” by Plato and The Matrix by the Wachowski sisters, there is a prisoner in both who do not understand that they are prisoners, then freed to be enlightened.…

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    a lot of people from accomplishing out of the ordinary goals. The movie “The Matrix directed by the Wachowski Brothers” adapt the structured world in a futuristic world that shifts it audience member concept toward their opinion toward their society.The film was apart of a movie blockbuster trilogy at the time.Therefore film used the main character Neo to create a shift in society that was the real world and the matrix world to put an end…

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    Is it something that can be touched, or tasted, or felt? According to The Matrix, these are only electrical signals interpreted by the brain. The Allegory of the Cave of Plato come to mind here (Chaffee, 2010, p.27). In the story, men are chained in a dark cave since childhood and are looking at a blank wall. There is a fire…

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