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More Matrix and Philosophy: Revolutions and Reloaded Decoded (Popular Culture and Philosophy #11)

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This follow-up to the hugely successful The Matrix and Philosophy is broken down into seven "scenes" that explore some of the deeper issues in the movie series. Scene one examines the issues of fate, fortune, causation, and determinism in the trilogy. Scene two asks readers to consider the concept of freedom in the film and in "reality." Scene three analyzes the metaphysic ...more
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Published February 8th 2005 by Open Court
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Aug 12, 2013 Dave rated it really liked it
Pretty good sequel and again well written if you loved the movies these two books will provide a better understanding of the themes in philosophy and existentialism predominantly in a readable format.
Apr 14, 2009 Abbey rated it liked it
You have already made the choice to read this book or not to read it. The only matter left to you is to understand WHY you made the choice. It doesn't matter if you made the choice or it was fate. That's a spurious argument. What matters is if you understand your choice.

I love this nonsense, but maybe I'd understand it better if I had a red or blue pill to swallow first.
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به برهوت واقعیت خوش آمدید. این کتاب ترجمعه شده توسط نیما ملک محمدی و شهریار وقفی پور . کتابی هست در مورد فلسفه ماتریکس . با شماست قرص آبی را بخورید یا قرص قرمز
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The beginning is techy, but keep going. I wanted more info about the characters.
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- B.A. in philosophy, Summa Cum Laude, Fordham University, 1992. Full Presidential Scholarship.

- Dissertation "Harmonizing Hermeneutics: The Normative and Descriptive Approaches, Interpretation and Criticism," Buffalo, 1996, 226 pp. Awarded the Perry Prize for Outstanding Dissertations in Philosophy.

- Ph.D. in philosophy, The State University of New York at Buffalo, June 1, 1996. Presidential Fell
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