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    Platonic Influence In The Matrix The story illustrated in the Matrix is both, at once, surface and symbol. A student of Mrs. D’Oria’s grade 12 philosophy will recognize the symbolism and the ability of classification will be given in relation to the Matrix and Platonic studies as: the Matrix and the Cave, the Matrix and Recollection, the Matrix and the Forms, the Matrix and the Soul, and lastly, the Matrix and the Coursework. In Plato’s allegory of the cave, we are presented with the journey…

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    repetitive cycles that occur in any major hero story. He lays out the journey every hero must endure in order to fully develop into the hero they’re destined to be. One of the most contemporary myths that alludes to the mono myth is the 1999 film, The Matrix. Here, Thomas Anderson or Neo, the protagonist, is separated from the reality he’s always known and awakens to the truth of human existence. Through Campbell’s mono myth it becomes evident just how much they intertwine. In the…

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    The Matrix movie, released in March 1999, is based on questions raised by the 17th Century French philosopher René Descartes. This movie is about Keanu Reeves who plays an average computer programmer who helps his landlady take out the garbage but lives a double life as a hacker by the name of “Neo”. Neo received messages on his computer screen and began to search for the Morpheus, the leader of a resistance group, who he suspects is responsible for the messages. Eventually, Neo finds…

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    The Application of the BCG Matrix In Marketing The BCG matrix is used to categorize strategic business units or product lines. This matrix analyzes two factors: market share versus market growth. The market share is the sector within a marked controlled by a particular company or product. Market Growth is the increase in the number of people who buy a particular product or service. The categories in the BCG matrix are: stars which have a high market share and a high growth rate. Cash Cows have…

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    Morpheus warns of brain elasticity and the inherent human desire to stick with what is known. Cyprus embodies this dilemma when he puts the lives of the rebels at risk in order to gain re entry to the Matrix. He exclaims that he wants to go back and that life is much better inside. This is an ominous forewarning for Neo, whom at the end of the film declares that he is going to free everyone. The chance of rebellion is massive because the masses are not…

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    fundamentally altered by and bounded within the subject of perception’s accoutrements and that perception can be and moreover is controlled, modified and gerrymandered by the powers that be, to alter or suppress perception in their interests. The Matrix (1999) tells the story of Thomas Anderson, a miscreant cyber-criminal under alias ‘Neo’ revealed by other-worldly intervention from the crew of the Nebuchadnezzar to be the ham-fisted Jesus Christ allegory destined to save mankind from…

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    within in him... He had begun to suspect that that his worthy father and his other teachers, the wise Brahmins, had already passed on to him the bulk and best of their knowledge" (Hesse 5). Similarly, Neo, the main character in the Wachowskis ' The Matrix, feels a similar discontentment with his world, even though he is incredibly intelligent. Siddhartha is a successful scholar and Thomas Anderson is a successful computer programmer, both men have vast amounts of knowledge about the world but…

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    same storyline was brought back up in 1999, hollywood decided to make The Matrix. The Matrix takes the main character, Neo, for a wild ride. The beginning, Neo lives out his life as a computer hacker, however he does not know it but, he is in the…

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    The Matrix of Domination as described by Patricia Hill Collins, is the interlocking system of oppression based on race, class, gender, and sexuality. The Matrix of Domination was initiated as a concept to represent the truth that in order to actually understand oppression we must understand its counter position of privilege. Moving beyond the decades old tradition of focusing only on the oppressed (African Americans, women, the poor, LGBTQ), the notion of the Matrix of Domination forces us to…

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    Chateau Fight Analysis

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    I have always been a huge fan of The Matrix so the chance to review it made me instantly jump on the chance to. While watching the Chateau Fight, I saw how the Wachowskis implemented many audio elements to create an awesome fight scene that ranks above many others. Sound is purposeful and if organized correctly adds a range of emotions as it fits towards the overall picture. In this follow up to the classic Matrix, Neo finds himself in the middle of things as the Sentinels are reaching Zion. As…

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