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Unformatted text preview: distinguishing if you are awake or asleep. Neo begins to question what is real and what is not real, which is a big topic in philosophy. He now has experienced two worlds. He takes a red pill to enter into the matrix, so how can we really know that this world he is experiencing isn’t merely a side effect of this pill. Neo becomes overwhelmed with all these new things he is experiencing and learning. I sometimes feel overwhelmed discussing the ideas of philosophy too; it can be a lot to think about. Neo questions why he was chosen to witness the world of the matrix. He sees that someone else is controlling the human race and they will never be free as long as the matrix exists. We discussed in class the possibility that our brain is somewhere else being controlled and our life is a simulation. This relates to the idea of skepticism, or rejecting what seems to be....
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- Spring '08
- Philosophy, The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions, Morpheus, Neo, red pill