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The Sacred World of Imagination
Pages 5 (1255 words)
In Philip K. Dick's book Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, the author paints a scientifically fictitious future of mankind. This future is an alternate future that lies ahead for man. It is a future where the destruction of society has left man swimming in a sea of illusion and mistrust…
The artificial animals are meaningless and superficial trappings. He worships any truly living animal as sacred. Still, in his quest for spiritual guidance, he is also forced to turn to the fraud and trickery of Mercerism. Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep is a book that parodies man's superficial quest for religion through the fraud of animal worship and shows how man will even turn to inanimate objects for moral guidance.
The story is told through the world of Rick Deckard. He is a bounty hunter who hunts down and kills the illegal Androids. The Rosen Corporation has built the new Nexus-6 robots so lifelike that they are almost undetectable. In a world where there is little that resembles life in the past, Deckard must seek out and destroy that which has the potential to replace it. The world has become splintered and alienated. People exist on the margins of life, outcast and distanced from any reality. Humans are segregated by health and kept at a distance from truth by the propaganda of the Android Buster Friendly's non-stop television show and the fraudulent religion of Mercerism. Having destroyed nearly all of the original creation, man must now decide which of his own replacements are good and which are evil. The story of morality is told through the animal kingdom.
Animals are the one constant that everyone has a connection to. ...
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