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The Theme of Technology In "The Pedestrian" and "The Cold Equations"

Summary: Technology should be used in a way that does not consume human emotions or limit our choices. This theme is found in two science-fiction works: "The Pedestrian" by Ray Bradbury and "The Cold Equations" by Tom Godwin.
Technology should be used in our lives so it does not consume human emotions or limit our choices, though that is not the case in both stories. The Pedestrian and The Cold Equations view technology as an obstacle that limits our freedom. Both the themes of the two stories capitalize the importance of not relying too much on technology. In the two stories our dependency on technology eventually leads to making it the antagonist. Technology should not control humanity as it does in these stories or it would consume our emotions, limit our choices and ultimately antagonize our lives.

Human Emotion is limited by the advancement of technology over the years because humans are given less control by giving technology more. Both stories contain themes that center on this aspect and capitalize the importance of not relying too much on technology. In The Cold Equations humans rely too...

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