The Caves of Steel - Debate Over A Robot Summary & Analysis

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Debate Over A Robot Summary

Enderby disagrees and says he saw Dr. Sarton's corps. Lije points out the uncanny resemblance between Daneel and Dr. Sarton and wants to know why examinations of organic tissue had not been done, which is now impossible because the alleged Dr. Sarton was cremated. Lije believes that Daneel being anatomically correct makes no sense unless he were actually a human. Dr. Fastolfe counters saying the Spacers would not do something part way. Lije points out that Daneel threatened humans in the shoe store and robots are programmed not to be able to do that and that Daneel is "programmed" for justice, an abstract feeling that a robot cannot have. Dr. Fastolfe says Daneel's entire make up is different from the average robot. Lije asks why Daneel went to the Men's Personal the night he did not stay...

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