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Find some analogy in the movie The Matrix to the epistomology/ontology associated with Plato or Descartes and use those scenes
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Name: Student Number: The Matrix Morpheus said, “Have you ever had a dream Neo that you’re so sure is real? What if you’re unable to wake from that dream? How do you know the difference between the dream world and the real world?” (The Matrix, 00:31:33 to 00:31:45).
He said, “As long as the Matrix exists, the human race will never be free” (The Matrix, 00:45:47 to 00:45:40). He added the truth when Neo asked it. “That you are a slave Neo. Like everyone else you were born into bondage, born into a prison that you cannot smell or taste or touch, a prison for your mind” (The Matrix, 00:28:21 to 00:28:34). Morpheus is implying that this simply happens in the dream world, the Matrix. However, one substantial belief of Morpheus is that if one dies in the dream world, one dies also in the real world because the body and the mind cannot function without each other. For Morpheus, the body is integrated into the mind and he simply accepts the thought of this by understanding the potential of the human brain to define what is real. He said, “What is real? How do you define real? If you’re talking about what you can feel, what you can smell, what you can taste, and see, then real is simply electrical signal interpreted by your brain” (The Matrix, 00:40:16 to 00:40:29). With these words, it is clear that Morpheus is not only trying to stick to a single idea of what reality is all about. He certainly knows something deeper than that. In the same way, Descartes is compelled to believe that we have two sources for our idea of the material objects (Author 68). ...
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