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Essay | Critique of Asimov's "I, Robot"

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Critique of Asimov's "I, Robot"

Summary: A critique of Isaac Asimov's "I, Robot."  
Isaac Asimov thrills the reader with his story-telling ability in "I, Robot".  Of course, many of Asimov's ideas provide a ploy to add suspense to the story.  However, when the plot completely disagree with the laws which he himself has written, the story becomes confusing.  On the surface, it appears that his stories make legitimate and logical sense, as well as entertaining the audience in a magnificent way.  However, any deeper analysis of the story will prove that there are several significant flaws in the work.  This can best be shown in one of Asimov's earlier stories, "Reason."  In this story, the first and second of the three laws of robotics are broken.  It is never explained how it would be possible for these malfunctions to have occurred.  Still, the work does raise some very...

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