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In Frankenstein and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep-self and other begin to blur
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Name: Instructor: Course: Date: Frankenstein, Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep-Self and Other Begin to Blur In Eleanor Rosch’s “The embodied Mind”, she writes that, an individual comprehends the power of grasping after foundations when he or she becomes aware of owns experiences…
Therefore, nothing in existence can have an independent or ultimate existence. Everything is empty of independent existence because it is co-dependently originated. Therefore, it is important for people to experience. The self and the world change from one moment to the other and are mutually independent. This paper will examine the changing adherence to these foundations by artificial beings in Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep and Frankenstein. It will also examine evidence in the novels that the artificial men are more human than human beings in their search for experience. Both texts claim humanity is a peculiarity, which can be acquired and lost and has naught to do with the mode of creation. Artificial men can have human empathy as a human characteristic, while humans can also lack in empathy. The foundation of both novels shows societies that are very similar in the way they treat artificial men, with both texts showing the way that they hunted down and persecuted them without empathy (Bendixen 27). In Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, the Androids are mentioned as appreciated members of the society in space colonies, although there is no proof. The novel also shows how the specials, originally humans, are looked down upon as they are deemed to have lost their humanity due to the decay of their genes. ...
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