The matrix and philosophy : welcome to the desert of the real / edited by William Irwin.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextSeries: Popular culture and philosophy ; v. 3.Publication details: Chicago : Open Court, (c)2002.Description: viii, 280 pages ; 24 cmContent type:
  • text
Media type:
  • unmediated
Carrier type:
  • volume
ISBN:
  • 081269502X
  • 9780812695021
  • 0812695011
  • 9780812695014
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • PN1997.M387 2002
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Contents:
Computers, caves, and oracles : Neo and Socrates William Irwin Skepticism, morality, and The matrix Gerald J. Erion, Barry Smith The matrix possibility David Mitsuo Nixon Seeing, believing, touching, truth Carolyn Korsmeyer The metaphysics of The matrix Jorge J.E. Gracia, Jonathan J. Sanford The machine-made ghost : or, the philosophy of mind, matrix style Jason Holt Neo-materialism and the death of the subject Daniel Barwick Fate, freedom, and foreknowledge Theodore Schick, Jr. There is no spoon : a Buddhist mirror Michael Brannigan The religion of The matrix and the problems of pluralism Gregory Bassham Happiness and Cypher's choice : is ignorance bliss? Charles L. Griswold, Jr. We are (the) one! Kant explains how to manipulate the matrix James Lawler Notes from underground : nihilism and The matrix Thomas S. Hibbs Popping a bitter pill : existential authenticity in The matrix and Nausea Jennifer L. McMahon The paradox of real response to neo-fiction Sarah E. Worth Real genre and virtual philosophy Deborah Knight, George McKnight Penetrating Keanu : new holes, but the same old shit Cynthia Freeland The matrix, Marx, and the coppertop's life Martin A. Danahay, David Rieder The matrix simulation and the postmodern age David Weberman The matrix : or, the two sides of perversion Slavoj Zizek.
Summary: Presents essays exploring the philosophical themes of the motion picture "The Matrix," which portrays a false world created from nothing but perceptions.
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Circulating Book (checkout times vary with patron status) Circulating Book (checkout times vary with patron status) G. Allen Fleece Library Circulating Collection - First Floor NFIC PN1997.M395.M38 2002 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001436068

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Computers, caves, and oracles : Neo and Socrates William Irwin Skepticism, morality, and The matrix Gerald J. Erion, Barry Smith The matrix possibility David Mitsuo Nixon Seeing, believing, touching, truth Carolyn Korsmeyer The metaphysics of The matrix Jorge J.E. Gracia, Jonathan J. Sanford The machine-made ghost : or, the philosophy of mind, matrix style Jason Holt Neo-materialism and the death of the subject Daniel Barwick Fate, freedom, and foreknowledge Theodore Schick, Jr. There is no spoon : a Buddhist mirror Michael Brannigan The religion of The matrix and the problems of pluralism Gregory Bassham Happiness and Cypher's choice : is ignorance bliss? Charles L. Griswold, Jr. We are (the) one! Kant explains how to manipulate the matrix James Lawler Notes from underground : nihilism and The matrix Thomas S. Hibbs Popping a bitter pill : existential authenticity in The matrix and Nausea Jennifer L. McMahon The paradox of real response to neo-fiction Sarah E. Worth Real genre and virtual philosophy Deborah Knight, George McKnight Penetrating Keanu : new holes, but the same old shit Cynthia Freeland The matrix, Marx, and the coppertop's life Martin A. Danahay, David Rieder The matrix simulation and the postmodern age David Weberman The matrix : or, the two sides of perversion Slavoj Zizek.

Presents essays exploring the philosophical themes of the motion picture "The Matrix," which portrays a false world created from nothing but perceptions.

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