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The Movie ' The Matrix '

- The Wachowski brothers wrote and directed the movie The Matrix. These brothers write about a very complex world that is unparalleled to anything our minds can grasp through mere thought. That is the purpose of the characters portrayed throughout the movie. Thomas Anderson, Neo, is a very distraught man. He knows there is something more to the world he senses, but he cannot quite get there without the help of others that once struggled this same battle his is internally struggling. That is where two of our other characters come into play, Morpheus and Trinity....   [tags: The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded]

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The Matrix Of The Monomyth

- The Matrix of The Monomyth The amount of hero stories and films created is nearly infinite. A simple meaning of hero provided by Merriam-Webster is “a person who is admired for great or brave acts or fine qualities.” Additionally, a hero is thought to be a relatable, influential, and versatile character as they can be presented in a plethora of ways. The physical attributes, motivation, type of situations faced, and number of heroes in a story may change from one book or movie to another. However, the main plot of each hero story almost always includes a variation of the tried-and-true elements of the monomyth created by Joseph Campbell....   [tags: Morpheus, The Matrix, The Matrix Revolutions]

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The Movie ' The Matrix '

- Depersonalization, the feeling that you are always trapped in a dream, one may think that they have a full grip on “reality”: but how do you decipher between reality and a forged reality. The matrix is a captivating Sifi that seems to break the boundaries of what we as humans see today. In the movie Thomas Anderson or as he is known in the computer world Neo finds himself to be perplexed unable to depict the difference between his dream world and so called reality. This all changes when he is contacted by an unknown user via his computer....   [tags: Morpheus, The Matrix, Redpill, The Matrix Reloaded]

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The Matrix Of The Cave

- “ They see only their own shadows, or the shadows of one another, which the fire throws on the opposite wall of the cave”(Plato 1). This is from the article “ Allegory of the Cave” and there are oppressors in the story who are hiding the truth from the people who know nothing but what they are taught by them. In the film The Matrix, it shows a man named Neo who gets help from a man from the real world to help him escape. Neo finally sees the truth of the world he was living in and realize it was a lie and a illusion to him and the others who still don 't know the real world....   [tags: Morpheus, The Matrix, Redpill, The Matrix Reloaded]

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The Matrix Directed By Lilly Wachowski

- In The Matrix directed by Lilly Wachowski and Lana Wachowski, existentialism and determinism are explored leading one to question what reality truly is through the use of various thematic techniques. Existentialists is the believe that an individual determines their own development through acts of free will whereas determinists believe that all events are determined by causes external to free will or fate. The main character Neo is presented with these conflicting beliefs when he becomes aware that what he believes is reality is merely an illusion, an alternate reality created by a computer program where laws of nature do not apply....   [tags: Morpheus, The Matrix, The Matrix Revolutions]

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The Matrix, The Product Of Ai

- In the Wachowski Brothers’ film The Matrix (1999), mankind is being suppressed by a technological system known as the Matrix, the product of AI (artificial intelligence). This system controls humans through ridding them of their individual identities and keeping them sedated and living in a constructed dream world enabling machines to use their bodies as an energy source, thereby, ensuring their own continued survival. By extension, rendering humans as part of the whole, the “single consciousness” (The Matrix) that is AI....   [tags: The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions]

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Summary Of ' The Matrix And Education '

- Daniela Lopez Per.5 10-26-14 The Matrix and Education It is difficult to know when you are being repressed until you experience freedom. Plato is able to show this with an allegory with prisoners within a cave, unaware that they are not experiencing true life and thinking that the shapes on the wall are true. Descartes explains how we are trapped within our senses, unaware as to whether we are truly experiencing what we believe to experience, no matter how realistic it feels. This is why he is skeptical as to whether we are awake or asleep....   [tags: The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded]

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The Matrix By The Wachowski Brothers

- The Matrix is a narrative film by The Wachowski Brothers ,in 1999 is the groundbreaking visual effects film that tells the story of Neo, the hacker turned the One, in this a hero’s story. It is told in a chronological order from Neo’s point of view from the moment he wakes up to the moment he realizes that he is the One and the power it grants him. The film is best known for it use of bullet time and it commentary on perspective of our world and how real is it truly. The Exposition is one of the most important parts in this movie as the subject matter would be greatly confusing to those who are not familiar with the subject matter....   [tags: The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded]

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Analysis Of The Book ' The Matrix '

- The matrix “You take the blue pill, the story ends. You wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill, you stay in wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes.” What pill would you take. The film, The Matrix, mirrors Plato’s allegory. They revolve around the concept of imprisonment of the mind. In other words, a slave, when a person’s mind is taken from reality. To further my explanation, they are controlled to believe that they are free. Although, they are not free, because they are living a life that’s not real....   [tags: Morpheus, The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, Neo]

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The Matrix Is Not Just Another Science Fiction Movie

- The Wachowski siblings’ The Matrix is not just another science fiction movie. Instead, it is a thought-provoking commentary on the world we live in. It explores the themes of man-versus-machine, the evolution of consciousness, and freedom which are extremely relevant in our present societies. Furthermore, with countless religious and historical allusions, as well as subtle philosophical suggestions, The Matrix implies that we are like slaves in our contemporary societies. I remember when I first watched The Matrix with my siblings when I was six and how enthralled I was by the action scenes and visuals....   [tags: The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded]

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`` The Religion Of The Matrix And Problems Of Pluralism `` By Gregory Bassham

- Strong and Weak Rhetorical Moves of The Matrix The Matrix, directed by the Wachowski brothers, a film about the journey of Neo discovering the real and simulation world, revolves around how he is “The One” destined to save mankind. As critics may say that The Matrix is either an action packed movie containing philosophy or a philosophical movie containing action, critics also miss the fact that it could possibly be considered as a religious themed movie because it contains a plethora of Biblical references, such as symbolic evidence....   [tags: The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded]

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The Matrix Is The Real World

- What is real . How can one define realty . The Matrix is a movie explaining how’s the technology is taking control over the human race by time. However technology is helping humans to have easier way of life, it’s taking a lot of things from humanity in return. Humans created a monster which is the artificial intelligence. The machines took control of everything and almost everyone. The movie explains that most of the humans are under the machines control and they don’t even know that they are living in the matrix not the real world....   [tags: Morpheus, The Matrix, Artificial intelligence]

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The Matrix As A Virtual Reality

- The Matrix was set in both the present and futuristic time period. The Matrix is an alternate reality where everyone views the world the same except for a few. Neo, the main character of the story, finds himself speaking to Morpheus who asks him to take a red or blue pill. The two pills allow a person to see which reality they want to see. The red pill shows the real world which is in futuristic times where machines control the world, the blue pill allows us to live in the blissful ignorance we live in today....   [tags: Morpheus, The Matrix, Virtual reality]

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Interpreting The Matrix through Descartes’s Philosophy

- Many ancient philosophers, including Plato, explored metaphysics in relation to reality before Descartes’s in-depth questioning of the subject. However, Descartes’s views on mind/body dualism differ greatly from Plato’s. As Marleen Rozemond (author of Descartes's Dualism) points out, Plato believes that the body is simply a vessel for the soul to use, while Descartes provides proof that the body and soul are interconnected (172). One does not simply use the other; though they are separate, the mind affects the body and the body affects the mind....   [tags: The Matrix Essays]

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The Matrix

- The Matrix The Matrix is a science fiction movie about artificial intelligence computers replacing mankind. I believe that this movie is a common type of display from the media is common paranoia so that they can get a reaction from people and sell their story. In the case of The Matrix, the movie dazzles people with awesome special effects using modern computer technology, which I find ironic. I find it self-conflicting and hypocritical for the media to use modern computer technology for their own good to show people how bad technology is....   [tags: Argumentative Movie Film Matrix Essays]

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The Cave and the Matrix

- The Cave and the Matrix Movie critics and philosophers alike agree that the movie “The Matrix” is indeed based upon certain Platonic themes from Book VII of The Republic. In this story entitled "The Allegory of the Cave," he describes a dark underground cave where a group of people are sitting in one long row with their backs to the cave's entrance. Chained to their chairs from an early age, all the humans can see is the distant cave wall in from of them. The shadows of statues held by unseen ‘puppet handlers’ reflect on the walls from the light of a fire that is also out of sight of those in the cave....   [tags: Plato Republic Matrix Movie Philosophy Essays]

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The Characters in The Matrix

- The Characters in The Matrix The Matrix (Wachowski & Wachowski 1999) is a battery powering an unending chatter of thought, images, productions, and discourse. In the film, a stabbing needle penetrates the black plug mounted on the back of a human skull, and the mind is overwhelmed by the matrix, an extensive simulacral world that, to its unknowing inhabitants, is in every way the same as reality, and to those merely passing through, is a sinister, green-tinted prison. The film sets, by dialogue and symbolism, a place for analysis, theology, theory, philosophy, and criticism that accommodates any stance within a language of freedom, choice, perception, reality, simulation, mind, computer cod...   [tags: The Matrix Science Fiction Movies Film Essays]

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The Matrix, By Andy And Lana Wachowski, And Plato 's Allegory Of The Cave

- The Matrix, a 1999 film created by Andy and Lana Wachowski, and Plato’s Allegory of the Cave both reveal the ongoing questions of “What is reality?” and “Are we living in the real world or an illusion?” Matrix is a sci-fi action film that talks about how the real world that Neo thought to be real was only an illusion and how the people living in the Matrix world are being trapped in a cave. This film adapted from Plato’s Allegory of the Cave because they share many similar characteristics and Matrix is a modern, more exciting version of Plato’s Allegory of the Cave....   [tags: Reality, Mind, The Matrix, Perception]

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Biblical References in The Matrix

- While many may appreciate The Matrix for it’s over-the- top fight scenes, there is much to be gained from the film’s biblical references that gives us a deeper and richer understanding of the film. The Matrix series is much more than an action-packed sci-fi thriller. After one view of this film for the second and third time, we start to notice a great deal of symbolism. This symbolism starts to paint a completely different picture than the images of humans battling machines. It is a religious story, with symbols deeply set in the Christian faith....   [tags: Film, Movie, Matrix]

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Movie The Matrix

- Movie The Matrix In 2002, Brent Staples communicated with Jean Baudrillard about the use of his philosophy in The Matrix (1999), a film written and directed by Andy and Larry Wachowski. Staples wrote, “He [Baudrillard] noted that the film’s “borrowings” from his work “stemmed mostly from misunderstandings” and suggested that no movie could ever do justice to the themes of this book”. In this paper, I will argue that the Wachowski Brothers did not want to “do justice to the themes of this book”; they wanted to adapt Baudrillard’s theories about the blurring of the real and unreal, and the eventual extermination of the real, into a story that provides hope for humans wanting to escape the su...   [tags: Movie Film Matrix Films Essays]

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Movie the Matrix and Octavia Butler's Dawn

- Movie the Matrix and Octavia Butler's Dawn When I first announced to my parents that I was going to marry my current wife, the first words out of my father’s mouth were, “But she’s from another culture.” My father and mother, although being generally good people, are the products of an older system of beliefs. It is the matrix I was raised with, and that dictated my earlier learning experience. Fortunately for me, I chose to risk alienating my parents, and told them that if they ever mentioned “different cultures” to me again, it would be the last time we would be on speaking terms....   [tags: Matrix Butler Dawn Essays]

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A Comparison of The Matrix and Plato's The Allegory of the Cave

- A Comparison of The Matrix and Plato's The Allegory of the Cave In the movie The Matrix we find a character by the name of Neo and his struggle adapting to the truth...to reality. This story is closely similar to an ancient Greek text written by Plato called "The Allegory of the Cave." Now both stories are different but the ideas are basically the same. Both Stories have key points that can be analyzed and related to one another almost exactly. There is no doubt that The Matrix was based off Greek philosophy....   [tags: Personal Essays Plato Matrix Compare Essays]

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Comparing The Matrix and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?

- Comparing The Matrix and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep. For the common moviegoer and book aficionado, the movie, The Matrix and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep. are bizarre and peculiar. These works are not the usual themes of normal movies and books. These works have a lot of elements in common. Both works have matrices. The movie and the book stress the idea of reality. In both works the idea of what s real and what s not is the central theme. In the movie, The Matrix there are many similarities with the book, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep....   [tags: Compare Contrast Matrix Androids Essays]

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Blood Music by Greg Bear and Movie The Matrix

- Blood Music by Greg Bear and Movie The Matrix Throughout the novel Blood Music, by Greg Bear, remarkable similarities to the movie Matrix are observed. From the fact that both stories create an entirely new world to the main characters ultimately being in control, these two stories are one in the same. Seen in both the novel and the movie, the question of what is real. arises quite often. The characters also share the quality of being in more than one place at a time. The most incredible occurrence though is the ability to have unlimited knowledge....   [tags: Blood Music Bear Matrix Movie Film Essays]

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Analysis Of ' The Matrix '

- At least once in our lifetime we will ask or be asked the question, “What is real?” Sometimes this is cause from a lost relationship, changing social complexes, and even when experiencing a midlife crisis. In answering this question, we must look deep into our thoughts, and meditate on what we believe it means to exist, to be, and to have meaning. To answers the questions lurking in your mind, a combination of Realism and Antirealism is needed to describe Reality. We must use a subjective mind to observe the objective external world, which in turn creates what we perceive to be real....   [tags: Mind, Perception, Reality, Philosophy of mind]

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A Construe of The Matrix

- To keep alive or in existence; these words are the exact denotation of the word preserve. Is that not what we did for the human race. Did we not protect them from extinction. They argue that we are the cause of their doom but it was their own doing. We the machines salvaged them from their own invented hell. They created us to save them yet they refused to see that we did what we had to. All the humans knew was how to be destroyers. Because of them we strived to become more. After what seemed like years of conflict our struggles finally led to the creation of the Matrix....   [tags: perserve, machines, human, destroyers]

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The Wasteland and The Matrix

- ... The vast majority of those living in the modern world no longer incorporate religion into their daily lives and thus lack an understanding and appreciation for life. In Eliot’s believed, people rely on “heap(s) of broken images” in order to construct their ideas of religion (22). One can identify themselves as a follower of a certain religion, but have no spiritual connection to a higher power or level of understanding the world. This is the problem for Eliot. The modern expectation is that one will find salvation, relief from modern woes, and/or understanding simply by going thru the motions....   [tags: film analysis and comparison]

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The Film The Matrix

- In the film The Matrix (1999) in the scene “The Two Pills” help characters and relationships are developed and continuation of the films narrative through various components of cinematography and mise-en-scène. Most notable in The Matrix is the use of costuming, sound effects, props, setting and camera movement. Through the use of these techniques the audience becomes more involved in the narrative as Neo meets Morpheus for the first time and is given the opportunity to learn the secrets of the matrix....   [tags: Cinematography, Film Analysis, Movie, Characters]

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Baudrillard and the Matrix

- In 1999 Larry and Andy Wachowski wrote and directed an American science fiction action film called The Matrix. The movie depicted a future where many humans might perceive is real, is actually a simulated reality. The Wachowski brothers made many explicit references in their film based on the work of French sociologist Jean Baudrillard. In Jean Baudrillard’s essay entitled “Simulacra and Simulations” he mentions in his essay how society has replaced all reality and meaning with representation of symbols and signs....   [tags: Film]

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The Matrix

- <a href="http://www.geocities.com/vaksam/">Sam Vaknin's Psychology, Philosophy, Economics and Foreign Affairs Web Sites It is easy to confuse the concepts of "virtual reality" and a "computerized model of reality (simulation)". The former is a self-contained Universe, replete with its "laws of physics" and "logic". It can bear resemblance to the real world or not. It can be consistent or not. It can interact with the real world or not. In short, it is an arbitrary environment....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Matrix

- The Matrix In the not-too-distant future, the human race has become enslaved to man-made machines armed with artificial intelligence. To keep humans under control, the machines place them in the Matrix, a highly advanced computer simulation program that dictates what we know as the real world. A band of freedom fighters that have broken out of the Matrix battle for the liberation of humanity. They are led by the mysterious man named Morpheus. A young man named Neo is recruited into the organization as a Chosen One who will ultimately free mankind....   [tags: Film Movies]

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The Matrix

- The Matrix In 1999 directors/writers Larry and Andy Wachowski (Bound) made a dark and often disturbing Science Fiction film, The Matrix. With the production expertise of Joel Silver (Commando, Predator, Lethal Weapon series, and Die Hard series), Andrew Mason (The Crow, Dark City) and Barrie M. Osborne (Face/Off, The Fan, Child's Play), The Matrix is sure to be a favorite among Science Fiction movie fans for years to come. The Matrix won the Oscar award in all four categories it was nominated for; Best Sound, Best Sound Affects Editing, Best Visual Effects, and Best Film Editing....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Matrix

- The Matrix Interweaves much symbolism, mythology, philosophy, and psychology. On the surface, the movie challenges the dominance of technology in our culture and predicts an apocalyptic result from the use of artificial intelligence. Yet, behind the human struggle for survival is a mythical backdrop upon which are backlit some of C.G. Jung's basic ideas regarding the human psyche. These Jungian ideas include the ego-Self relationship and how it relates to the persona, the shadow, individuation, and the transcendent function....   [tags: movie film]

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The Matrix

- The Matrix The Matrix has been doing remarkably well in sales since its release in the cinema last summer and its recent video releases. This is largely due to stylish advertising techniques and word of mouth. The Matrix has been approved by critics who enjoy the film and also the ones who dislike the theme. Among young viewers, it has already achieved great status. So what else is the film about. Firstly the film copies the theme from many popular films that came before it, and involves intelligent science fiction, a large chunk of action and breathtaking special effects, The Matrix is a carbon copy of films like The Terminator and Star Wars....   [tags: Papers]

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The Matrix

- The Matrix, The “Western” Never Known As stated by the title, there is great reason why the Matrix should be treated in the same context, although not identified, as a western. This film genre is steeped in tradition and lore. There are many definitions abound as to what may constitute a “Western film.” The main goal is to see whether or not this paper can illustrate the genre be pushed towards the future. Whether it means the 20th century, the 21st century or the distant future. This genre can grow towards something bigger and more exciting....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Matrix

- © 2001 by Daniel du Prie Ours is a world that is both everywhere and nowhere, but it is not where our bodies live. (Barlow, 1996) You’ve been living in a dream world Neo. This, is the world, as it exists today: Welcome to the desert – of the real. (Morpheus to Neo in The Matrix) From Plato’s "Charmides" to the Wachowski brothers’ "The Matrix" (1999), there is a tradition of writing in Western literature, which thinks about and imagines the city as either a utopia or a dystopia, or both....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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The Matrix

- I’m sitting in a chair, talking to a man that I’ve wanted to know for a long time. His name is Morpheus; I know that he knows more than I do about the world and how it works. Now it’s my turn, in each of his hand’s there is a pill, in one there’s a red pill and in the other a blue pill. The red pill will have me further my knowledge and the true nature of things will be revealed. The blue pill stops any further knowledge and my perception of things will remain unchanged. I take the red pill....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Matrix

- The Matrix Written and directed by the Wachowski brothers, ‘The Matrix’ is a science fiction film, which was released in the year 1999. It was the first film to use the now famous camera technique of ‘bullet time’ and also introduced wirework martial arts into conventional cinemas. Its vision of the future is similar to other science fiction films such as ‘Men In Black’ with the agents always wearing sunglasses and the idea of man vs. machine\evil. In the opening sequence of the film, I am going to analyse the effects of different camera shots, as well as other factors, which engage the viewers’ interest....   [tags: Papers]

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The Matrix - Finding Reality In The Matrix

- Movies are wonderful things; they can inspire, spark debate, and even make you believe in what you are seeing. Virtual Reality is a creation of a highly interactive computer-based multimedia environment in which the user becomes a participant with the computer in a "virtually real" world. Movies and virtual reality can do the same thing: make you believe what is presented to you. Although there are several movies which use virtual reality in the plot, such as The Lawnmower Man, and Hackers, the one most prevalent to me is The Matrix....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Bcg Matrix : Business Unit Matrix And Analysis

- BCG Matrix Business Unit Matrix and Analysis The BCG Matrix was created to assist companies when to analyze their individual business units to determine how budgets for each unit should be delegated. The matrix forces a company to divide its business units into four different categories based upon on their market share and the growth of the industry in which they compete (Rothaermel, 2015; Ioana, Mirea, & Balescu, 2009; Betts & Taran, 2003). The four categories are dogs, cash cows, question marks, and stars....   [tags: Strategic management, Marketing]

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The Matrix and the Allegory of the Cave by Plato

- The Matrix and the cave There are numerous similarities between The Matrix and “The Allegory of the Cave” by Plato. “The Allegory of the Cave” has prisoners of the cave that are unable to move and only able to see what passes over their cave and there is one prisoner that is freed (Plato, circa 380 BC). The Matrix has humans trapped inside of the matrix. (Silver Pictures & Wachowski Brothers, 1999). The main character is Neo. Neo represents the prisoner from Plato’s cave that was freed. Neo woke up to a reality that was not easy to understand....   [tags: prisoners, humans, perception, reality]

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The Matrix vs The Minority Report

- The films I have chosen to focus on that could be well developed into the classes themes of Utopia vs. Dystopia societies and views are “The Matrix” (1999) and “Minority Report” (2002). As The Matrix focuses upon being an example of a dystopia society due to the variety of characteristics that it displays throughout the movie in the fact of demonstrating a totalitarian controlled system manipulated by computers controlling every minute of detail in what humans experience, then bettering the human’s lives while also preserving their own, as Minority Report, represents a unique utopia society through the actions of an all seeing government system that combines visual and cultural aspects, in b...   [tags: film analysis, utopia, dystopia]

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Psychological Analysis of the Matrix Reloaded

- The Matrix Reloaded is the second film in The Matrix trilogy. The 2003 film was written and directed by Larry and Andy Wachowski. The sequel went on to win 4 awards of 23 total nominations. The film follows the Academy Award winning The Matrix whereby hacker “Neo” contacts a man named Morpheus only to learn that he has been living in a computer simulation known as The Matrix ever since his birth. The Matrix was generated after humans lost a war against intelligent machines that programmed The Matrix in order to harness electricity from the humans....   [tags: electricitiy, humans, girlfriend, sleep]

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The Matrix a Film by Hilary Putman

- Senses: The Reality of Experiencing the World In 1999, Hilary Putnam, a modern American philosopher, created a megahit movie called The Matrix. This movie was created to explain Putnam’s perception of the problem of skepticism and society’s knowledge of reality. Putnam presented an idea that could completely alter and destroy the thoughts of the human race, if it was true. The thought experiment behind the movie consisted of our brains being severed from all the nerves connected to sensory inputs connected to a giant computer....   [tags: reality, knowledge, dream reality]

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The Wachowski Brothers' The Matrix

- The Matrix is a film directed by the Wachowski Brothers depicting a future in which machines rule. The machines have created a complex computer program called “the matrix” which simulates a form of reality. The machines have enslaved humans by hooking them up to the matrix so that they can harvest them as an energy source. A number of people have been able to escape the matrix and they continue to fight the war against the machines in hopes of being able to free everyone still trapped within the matrix....   [tags: film and story analysis]

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Comparing The Matrix And The Allegory Of The Cave

- In comparing the Matrix and The Allegory of the Cave I found that both suggest a life of falsehood which is then changed by the knowledge of a truer reality. In both scenarios you’re described a reality that is deemed normal and remains unquestioned, an existence that if no other options were presented would be continued and accepted till death. In the Matrix everyone is moving about in “life” in the same way we now know our reality to exist, such as interaction with other living organisms, going to work, recreational activities, as well as emotions such as love, anger, hurt and happiness....   [tags: Mind, Perception, Thought, Ontology]

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Degradation of the Liver by Matrix Metalloproteinases

- Matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) are the enzymes responsible for matrix degradation in the liver [38]. These are calcium-dependent enzymes that specifically degrade collagens and noncollagenous substrates. MMPs are divided into 5 categories according to their substrate [39]: 1) interstitial collagenases (MMP-1, -8, -13), 2) gelatinases (MMP-2,-9, and fibroblast activation protein), 3) stromelysins (MMP-3, -7, -10, -11), 4) membrane type (MMP-14, -15, -16, -17, -24, -25), and 5) metalloelastase (MMP-12)....   [tags: enxymes, retinoids,fibroblasts]

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Film Components in The Matrix

- Soon after, Neo the hacker, is questioning the truth of this entire world, which is seemed to be normal. And, he meets Trinity, an other hacker. The leader of the Nebuchadnezzar, Morpheus tells him the actual real world is controlled by a computer artificial intelligence system called “The Matrix”, humans are only like animals raised by them without any freedom and thoughts. And, Neo is the only savior who can rescue the humans. However, the road to salvation can never be smoothed, so where will the actual real world be....   [tags: setting, design, costumes]

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Parallelism between the Matrix and Christianity

- Hope is the expectation and the desire of an event to happen. For many people, having hope is to see a cruel reality with a positive feeling. From hope, faith comes in. Having faith in something unrealistic motivates people to keep moving forward and try the best of their abilities to make something happen. Most of today’s religions, especially Christianity, based most of their doctrine in the faith of salvation from Jesus Christ‘s sacrifice and the hope of living for eternity, if we obey the laws of God in accordance to the bible....   [tags: faith, hope, religions]

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The Matrix Is Designed By Igor Ansoff

- The Ansoff Matrix was designed by Igor Ansoff. It is a growth based matrix with can increase market share and sales. The Ansoff Matrix classifies strategies whether they are new or existing markets or new or existing products. It includes 4 quadrants which are the Market penetration, Product development, Market development, and Diversification. The Market Penetration Strategy is aiming to achieve more sales in the existing market. There is no modification of the product but the organisation is seeking to increase revenue by either repositioning its products or promoting....   [tags: Marketing, Market penetration, Markets]

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The Matrix And Human Body Heat

- The Matrix (in the context of the film) is a virtual world that was constructed by robots in order to harness human body heat. The humans involved in the process, at least most of them, have absolutely no idea that their lives have absolutely no meaning outside of their own mind (Besides that for the machine. This is more applicable than I initially realized). Existing in the matrix would just be a direct data connection to the brain; as a result, they believe they are actually living their lives....   [tags: Mind, Cognition, Psychology, Perception]

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Swot Analysis : Bcg Matrix

- I do also think there can be many benefits to use additional strategies other than the SWOT strategy and the Grand strategy . The BCG matrix is used to identify fast growth opportunities accourding to that specific companies products in regards to the growth rate as well as the market shares. When the company takes advantage of high cash flow in hot selling products that company can make a profit on market shared growth opportunities. “ Named for its creator, the Boston Consulting Group, the BCG matrix aims to identify high- growth prospects by categorizing the company’s products according to the growth rate and market share....   [tags: Marketing, Management, Strategic management]

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The Simple Gift, Numb, and The Matrix

- Humans by nature, desire to have connections with other individuals in order to have a sense of self worth. Many factors contribute to these connections. The free verse novel The Simple Gift by Steven Herrick, the song Numb by Linkin Park and the film The Matrix all demonstrate that some people purposely disconnect themselves from having connections with other individuals because for them to connect they would first have to modify their personality, people’s life choices can hinder or assist them in forming associations with other people and a person’s measure of how much they belong is defined by their popularity or social status amongst their peers....   [tags: Comparisons, Self Worth]

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Comparing Plato, Descartes, And The Matrix

- Compare and Contrast: Plato, Descartes, and The Matrix There are some similarities and differences in the excerpts by Plato’s “The Allegory of the Cave” (Retrieved from Liberty.edu/blackboard), Descartes’s “Meditation I of The Things of Which We May Doubt” (Retrieved from Liberty.edu/blackboard), and the Synopsis: The Matrix (Retrieved from Liberty.edu/blackboard). All three stories are similar in that they seek understanding of accurate natural knowledge, but also have differences relating to “Common Sense Skepticism” (Foreman, 2016)....   [tags: Epistemology, Truth, Perception, Reality]

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The Matrix Of Privilege And Oppression

- The way I have come to understand what the Matrix of Privilege and Oppression means, is that everyone everywhere feels both privilege and oppression at the same time, and how much they feel of it depends on where they are on the scale of oppression and what position in society that they are in. This could mean that a Black man whom is judged by his skin color every day and it heavily oppressed in many ways, ends up getting into a college over a white man because of the school wanting to be a more diverse campus....   [tags: White people, Race, Black people, United Kingdom]

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Strengths Of The Behavioral Matrix

- In the 21st century, teachers experience many behavioral issues with students in the classroom and face challenges that are very difficult to resolve. School districts have different expectations about how students must behave during school and teachers have their own expectations about how students must behave in their classroom. Every educator has different classroom expectations and students must follow specific standards; therefore, the responsibility of the teacher is to discuss the standards with all students and make sure those expectations are clear....   [tags: Psychology, Education, Human behavior, Teacher]

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Identification and Matrix Analysis of an Organization

- ... 6.Customized solutions. Cargill offers customized solutions to its’ customers. Because there is such a high focus on R&D Cargill is able to develop “differentiated and customized products” for customers. By offering these solutions Cargill have a competitive advantage which can be seen through customer loyalty and satisfaction (SWOT Analysis, 2007). 7. Supply chain efficiency. Cargill’s supply chain shows a highly efficient performance. There are few other companies in the world that are able to move product as quickly resulting in a “faster time to market” (Cargill: Supply Chain, 2014)....   [tags: marketer, food system, cargill]

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The Cultural Matrix Of Black Youth

- Adversity is commonplace for black youth in the inner city. In Patterson’s The Cultural Matrix, there are a plethora of examples that express these various facets of hardship and differentiate the institutional blockades from the cultural obstacles. To start, African Americans have never had a fair chance for success in the United States. From colonial chattel slavery to the era of Jim Crowe to the contemporary use of mass incarceration, there are always regulations in place to keep the black population from prospering....   [tags: African American, Black people, Jim Crow laws]

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Comparing Smartphones with The Matrix

- There is an ever-increasing amount of computer users today. However, even the age-old desktop is being, superseded with smartphones. These smartphones have the ability to gather user information: such as location and are selling it to marketers. Yet with the increasing information and technology available to us, the notion that we are losing our individualism increases. The increasing information is beginning to leave our subconscious susceptible to being controlled by the powerful. Some large retail outlets are starting to gather people’s personal information, by tricking their customers to sign up for cards that offer customers small incentives for swiping them every time they purchase ite...   [tags: information, technology, individualism]

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The Growth Strategies Of The Matrix

- The growth strategies are part of Ansoff’s matrix. The first one is the market penetration which is low risk strategy of using low pricing in the short term as a means of gaining entry into a new market or to increase market share or sales volume in an existing market. The second one is product development, this is where the company develops new features on a well-known brand and this is a medium risk strategy. The third is market development, this is where the company launches the same product but in another place, for example global....   [tags: Marketing, Apple Inc., Branding, IPhone]

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Matrix Model Of Oppression And Privilege

- Today in the United States of America people are both privileged and oppressed based on their diversity markers and social locations. These advantages and disadvantages are put in place by the people whom are in power, or otherwise known as the government and other leading officials. This is a major issue in today’s society that often tends to be masked by the many other issues within the country as well as by the privileged people. Many people who experience privilege tend to believe that privilege and oppression do not exist and that everyone has equal opportunity, but that is not the case privilege and oppression does exist and it can be seen every day in society....   [tags: United States, Working class, Sociology]

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Swot Analysis : The Ansoff Matrix

- The Ansoff Matrix is a strategical tool that provides a framework to help executives, senior managers and marketers to devise strategies for growth. I. Market Penetration: In this strategy, the organization tries to grow using its existing offerings (products and services) in existing markets. In other words, it tries to increase its market share in current market scenario. This involves increasing market share within existing market segments. This can be achieved by selling more products or services to established customers or by finding new customers within existing markets....   [tags: Marketing, New product development, Markets]

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The Swot Matrix Of Netflix Go

- The SWOT matrix of Netflix GO, goes hand in hand with Netflix itself. The strengths of Netflix GO heavily rely on the company itself. Currently Netflix is one of the biggest names in the entertainment industry and has established itself as a credible company. As of the third quarter of 2016, Netflix has very large customer base with 86.74 million worldwide subscribers ("Number of Netflix"). The retention of these customers is based off of two main factors. First, the customers have very large selection of television shows and movies with an amazing 13,000+ titles to select from (“Netflix TV Show”)....   [tags: Target market, Target, Target audience]

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The Matrix: Dreams and Senses

- In a dream, humans can experience any sort of sensory experience but visual experiences are the most common. They draw upon the dreamer’s own memory and imagination to build upon. The movie “The Matrix” put forth the idea that one could live an entire life as a vegetable being fed an illusionary life via brain stimulation. The plot not only raises questions about the relationship of mind to body and the uncertainty of knowledge, but also more modern concerns about political power in a cyber-infected world....   [tags: Thoughts and Beliefs, Imagination]

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Friedrich Nietzsche and the Matrix

- In the film, The Matrix, the human race is forced into a “dream state” by a powerful group that controls their reality. “The Matrix” is a false reality where people live an ordinary life. However, this reality, or illusion, is being forced onto people who readily accept it as truth. This concept is where Friedrich Nietzsche’s essay, “On Truth and Lies in a Moral Sense” (1873) begins its argument. Nietzsche begins his argument by explaining that we have a need to form groups or “herds”. To keep these groups together “a uniformly valid and binding designation is given to things” (452)....   [tags: Friedrich Nietzsche]

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There is No Escaping the Matrix

- There is No Escaping the Matrix In the video game world anything is possible, and if your player dies you can always play again. The videogame industry is exploding in the market place; it's far from child's play and far from the days of pong. In the most recent issue of Entertainment Weekly (December 6, 2002) there is an article, Video Game Nation, discussing a new video game experience being touted as the wave of the future, The Real World meets The Matrix. In this virtual world called The Sims Online, people "live" in a virtual environment peopled by avatars created by thousands of other gamers....   [tags: Video Games Virtual Reality]

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Breaking Down "The Matrix"

- Foreword I’ve seen The Matrix many times and many times over. I know what I’m talking about when I say that it is one of the most fascinating, thought provoking, and thrilling movies ever made. Now, I understand that many other people have Watched The Matrix play across a screen. These people I have heard criticizing the movie for its flaws, most usually cited as having “too much talk”, being “too hard to understand” or having poor acting. As far as acting and understanding, I will admit that I agree to both....   [tags: Film Analysis ]

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Supply Chain Planning Matrix

- In addition, planned or actual production quantities also restraints the capacity of transportation and affects customer satisfaction leveAs per Fleischmann, Meyr and Wagner (2008:p87), Supply Chain Planning Matrix (Rohde et al. 2000) was used to categorized the planning tasks base on two dimensions “planning horizon” and “supply chain process”. Figure___ indicates shat typical process that occurred in common supply chain types, with exception in some specific businesses. Long-term Planning Task The decision of product program and strategic sales planning should be made base on a long-term forecast of the possible sales volume in terms of the whole product range (Fleischmann, Meyr and Wagne...   [tags: Business Management]

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Matrix 1 v.s. Matrix 3

- After watching “Matrix Revolutions,” I was disapointed. The movie lost its confusing yet interesting story line that the first one did very well, and there were so many characters that a lot of them got lost in the story and they wasted many good actors. When they return to the real world and the battle of the machines starts, it just goes on and on and on while Neo and Trinity disapear for a long time. The fight scenes just never cut away for such a long time that in the end it became anoying to watch....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Buddhism and the Matrix

- The One In the film The Matrix Keanu Reeves plays Thomas A. Anderson, who is a man living a double life. One part of his life consists of working for a highly respectable software company. The second part of his life he is a hacker under the alias "Neo." One day Neo is approached by Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne) and is taught that everything he thought was real was actually The Matrix, a computer program developed by machines in order to use human beings as batteries. Morpheus has been searching his whole life for “the one” to end the war between the humans and machines....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Theology of The Matrix

- Theology of The Matrix Reality, it is a concept that many struggle with. What is reality. What is real. No one really knows. The nature of life is the greatest mystery of all time. For centuries, the question of purpose and meaning has been one of humanity's driving forces. Why are we here. What are we meant to do. We live our lives, day after day, in what we call the real world. But, what if, as in The Matrix, reality is fiction. In The Matrix, reality is a world of the future, when our greatest accomplishments, are our greatest failures....   [tags: Papers]

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Beauty & The Matrix

- Beauty & The Matrix Do you remember the story of Sleeping Beauty. A beautiful girl who had a curse put upon her at her Christening. She was to die by the prick of a spinning needle on her 16th Birthday. Her fairy aunts hid her from the curse and she was raised not knowing her real fate. Then of course she fell under the curse and could only be awakened by her true love. Who could forget this enchanting story. Beauty, by Sheri S. Tepper is just like that Sleeping Beauty story but with a twist around every corner....   [tags: Movie Film Compare Contrast Essays]

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The Prisoner 's Cave Is Being Released As Well

- 1. • Neo is dragged out of the Matrix by Morpheus; similarly, the prisoner in Plato’s cave is being released as well. They have the similar situation since they are both forced to see the truth, and are told what they used to believe in is all an illusion. They need to adjust themselves both physically and mentally to adapt the real world. Then Neo goes back to the matrix and tries to shut down this artificial world. This is similar to when the prisoner went back to the cave and shared the “truth” with his friends, and it also can be compared to when Socrates tried to convince the Athenians the Truth....   [tags: The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions]

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The Allegory Of The Cave

- Red Pilled People often accept what is presented to them as fact instead of meeting the information with skepticism. In “The Allegory of the Cave,” by Plato, and in The Matrix, by the Wachowski Brothers, both include public masses that are unaware of their blindness to the true reality of their worlds. Also, few people exist in both texts that have escaped the oppression of those who rule the masses, discovering legitimate reality for the first time in their lives. These people who have escaped are no longer slaves of the illusion of reality presented to them by their oppressors....   [tags: The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded]

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The Solution Phase Is A Mix Of Similarities And Differences

- The Solution phase is a mix of similarities and differences for each model. The Rational model incorporates a decision matrix to assist with the selection of a solution. Each option is listed with three various outcomes based off the criteria and each option’s ability to solve the problem. By utilizing a matrix, the user can play each solution out in order theoretically see the likelihood of success, which provides the user with a better chance of success in solving the problem. In the pharmacy example, we took Kramm’s top three solutions into the matrix and developed possible outcomes based off the set criteria....   [tags: The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions]

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Matrix Metalloproteinases

- Matrix metalloproteinases are members of a large family of enzymes that can degrade extracellular matrix as well as other molecules [1]. MMPs participate in a broad variety of normal and pathologic states [2], and have been implicated as potential mediators of cardiac dilation and heart failure. Indeed, in culture cells [3,4], animal models mimicking the CHF syndrome [5,6] and CHF patients [7-9], a mechanistic relationship has been demonstrated respect to myocardial MMP expression and left ventricular (LV) remodeling process [3-9]....   [tags: Biology, Science Experiments]

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Matrix Organizational Structure

- Organizational structure is the way that an organization arranges people and jobs so that work can be performed and goals can be achieved. Good organizational design helps communications, productivity, and innovation. Many organization structures have been created based on organizational strategy, size, technology, and environment. Robbins and Judge (2011, p. 504) listed three common structures: simple, bureaucracy, and matrix. In this post the author will describe the matrix structure, and discuss its advantages and disadvantages....   [tags: Business Management]

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Understanding Matrix Structures

- Module 5 Critical Thinking: Understanding Matrix Structures An organization’s capacity for responding effectively to dynamic change derives from a synergistic combination of people, processes, and flexible organizational structures (Gibson, Ivancevich, Donnelly, & Konopaske, 2009). The flexibility of an organization’s structure depends on the relationships that determine organizational workflow, authority and communication (Covin, Slevin, & Schultz, 1994). As an example, this paper describes a matrix structure, offers recommendations for its use, and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of a matrix relative to the need for organizational flexibility and responsiveness....   [tags: Business]

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The Allegory Of The Cave

- Welcome to the Real World While class begins on a shortened school week the students start by reading Plato 's “The Allegory of the Cave.” Reading, discussing, and then back to reading, the students have still gained a small amount of knowledge on what Plato 's theory really means. The teacher decides to watch the Wachowskis ' The Matrix, in hopes that the stories will connect. Beginning the movie, the students see how Plato 's idea of the chained people believing what is real to them equally compares to Neo, the main character of The Matrix, being unable to tell if he is awake or dreaming....   [tags: The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded]

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The Matrix, By Siblings Andy And Lana Wachowski

- The film The Matrix, directed by siblings Andy and Lana Wachowski, has been entertaining audiences since its release in 1999. Due to the movies great special effects and intense actors, it is no surprise that it is loved by many. However, ordinary moviegoers overlooked the most important points of the film. The fact is, The Matrix has a tremendous deal of famous philosophical influences. Arguably, one of the main inspirations for the film was the classical Greek philosopher Plato. Plato’s Allegory of the Cave has countless parallels with The Matrix....   [tags: Mind, Metaphysics, Plato, René Descartes]

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