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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Blade Runner Introduction The film Blade Runner has Ridley Scott as the director and it is based on the novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, written by Philip K. Dick. The film revolves around the quests of Rick Deckard.
In addition, the Blade Runner moves a step further by showing how people respond to the painful situations that surround them. The film brings into focus the philosophy associated with the mind, the philosophy that is connected to being moral and the repercussion of improving mastery of genetic engineering by humans. This paper will analyze the film Blade Runner from the philosophical point of view. Question 1 The androids are not people. In the film, the androids are referred to as replicants. In the film, the replicants are the android’s latest models which were developed by the Rosen Association. The replicants take the form of Nexus-6 which impersonates human beings in each and every way; on the contrary, they do not have empathy. The replicants commit murder without being disturbed by their actions. Moreover, the failure to show empathy like humans made them illegal on earth through a law passed by the humans. The Voight-Kampff machine is an integration tool that is factual and helps to distinguish human beings from replicants. The equipment is highly developed as it measures the existence of out of sight airborne elements that are released from the body and the contractions of the muscles in the iris. The Voight-Kampff machine is made use of by Blade Runners to establish if the person they are suspecting is a real human by determining the true measure of his or her empathy through statements and questions that are carefully worded. ...
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