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This student essay consists of approximately 5 pages of analysis of The Blue Pill or the Red Pill.
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The Blue Pill or the Red Pill: The Philosophy of the Matrix

Summary: Compares philosophy contained in the movie 'The Matrix' and that of four great philosophers, Plato, Descartes, Aristotle and Locke. Discusses issues of fate and reality. Describes various ways in which one can obtain knowledge.
`The Matrix' has warped our reality, questioned human existence and re-kindled the discussions of four famous philosophers: Plato, Descartes, Aristotle and Locke. Like a splinter in the mind, the questions that drive us into the unknown are the commodities that make us humans. Curiosity has given Philosophers an unquenchable thirst for thousands of years to search for reality, truth & freedom.

In `The Matrix' we are conned to believe that everything around us is real. Things are glossy, perfected, and surreal. We run our lives believing that we have freedom and choice while some also believe in fate. Fate as such is to believe that you are not in control of your life. In fact, we are controlled. In this sense, `The Matrix' accuses the furthering of our curiosity for AI. Our reality unfolds when we see the `desert of the real', which is the real world in ruins...

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