Blade Runner Essay | The Representation of the Body in Blade Runner

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The Representation of the Body in Blade Runner

Summary: Discusses the film Bladerunner and analyzes its wider philosophical significance. Describes the dystopian society depicted in the film and analyzes the representation of the body.
This essay will discuss the representation of the body in Blade Runner because in discussing the effects of something yet to happen which is the dystopia presented by Blade Runner, in the present tense i.e. in assuming that it has already happened, we gain a greater insight and understanding of the consequences of our actions as a society now. Dystopic films and novels such as Blade Runner, Nineteen Eighty Four and Brave New World are invaluable as texts which have tied together philosophical, political, sociological and economic lines of enquiry and have presented ideas of our future and perhaps sometimes warnings about where a certain path might lead. I have chosen Blade Runner as my study text because it presents a future that is dangerously close to the now but clearly stems from the mistakes and lessons of the past.

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