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Philosophical Interpretation of the Movie: The Thirteenth Floor
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Student Name Instructor’s Name Course Date Philosophical Interpretation of the Movie: The Thirteenth Floor Introduction The movie, the thirteenth Floor, focuses on the comparison of the two worlds that fill the perception of the human brain. It identifies the similarities between the real and the virtual worlds.
It will analyze the philosophical implications of the narrowing gap between the real world and the virtual world. Rationale The protagonists Hannon Fuller and Douglas Hall create a computer based simulation that works in the real world. The simulation involves the generation of a virtual world on the 13th floor of a building in Los Angeles. The computer program is capable of recreating Los Angeles as it was in the year 1937! The rationale for the movie bases on transferring a computer’s program into a person’s brain. If a person connects to the system, he/she acquires a virtual personality that depicts a 1937 scenario. Authenticity of the vintage material items characterizes the newly created 1937 environment. Surprisingly, lives in both worlds, virtual and real worlds, are very similar. The conclusion that, even the current life we live in is imaginary forms the climax for the movie, the thirteenth floor. ...
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