Taking The Red Pill : Science, Philosophy and Religion in the Matrix
Product Descriptionby Glenn Yeffeth; Pyongjik Min, Suyong Yi (translation)
Korean title: Urinun Maeturiksu Ane Salgo Inna - Maeturiksu-ui Chorhak Maeturiksu-ui Kwahak size: 223*152mm; 350 pages. publisher: Good Morning Media, 2003.
About this book
This thought-provoking examination of The Matrix explores the technological challenges, religious symbolism, and philosophical dilemmas the film presents. Essays by renowned scientists, technologists, philosophers, scholars, social commentators, and science fiction authors provide engaging and provocative perspectives. Explored in a highly accessible fashion are issues such as the future of artificial intelligence and virtual reality. The symbolism hidden throughout The Matrix and a few glitches in the film are revealed. Discussions include "Finding God in The Matrix," "The Reality Paradox in The Matrix," and "Was Cypher Right?: Why We Stay in Our Matrix." The fascinating issues posed by the film are handled in an intelligent but nonacademic fashion.
This book is written in Korean only.
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