The novel Blade Runner, by Philip Dick, is based on the adventures of a bounty hunter in the 21st century. Rick Deckard, the bounty hunter, is assigned to hunt and destroy androids, "robots created to work like slaves without protesting"(O'Meara 2). Unfortunately, these replicants evolve to look and act extremely similar to humans who create difficulties in distinguishing the difference between a human and a cyborg. "Technology can harm humanity, with the "human"
showed first 75 words of 1204 total
showed last 75 words of 1204 total
has been invaded by kipple and has nearly destroyed all great works: art and literature, but religion remained strong and defiant. Religion helped Rick Deckard distinguish between reality and fabrication. Overall, how do we know we all really exist? We know we exist because we have the love for our family, the love for our friends, and the love for our God. Androids don't have those types of emotions and feelings towards anything or anyone.