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Frankenstein and Blade Runner: The Director's Cut
An essay comparing the warnings provided through Mary Shelley's 1818 novel, 'Frankenstein' and Ridley Scott's 1992 film, 'Blade Runner: The Director's Cut'.
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Acknowledging accepted natural, moral and ethical boundaries provides individuals with the means to achieve a stable, balanced and harmonious life within their societies. The attempt to control their contexts through science, especially when it involves breaching these boundaries involves far-reaching consequences which need to be carefully considered. ...
... as justice and compassion are denied. Thus, in examining the concepts of progress and overreaching, both composers warn of the tragic consequences to humankind of unchecked and unbridled advancement based solely on self-interest, contrastingly conveying their optimistic belief in the power of compassion to advance humanity.
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