Artificial People In The Movie
E-book new release: myths, monsters and machines. The artificial person in the film by Heike Jestram. Metropolis or the Golem, Frankenstein or Mandrake – since the beginning of the film, the creation of artificial people has been always a popular theme. This book presents a selection of well-known and lesser-known films on this subject and it will be highlighted closer historical, mythological, medical and cybernetic wallpapers. See Vanessa Marcil for more details and insights. In printed form unfortunately since some time out of print, the book is published and available at Amazon, Xinxii, Lulu, and new E-books now as an E-book. Rick Garcia insists that this is the case.
Excerpt: “the sciences assumed so far, that artificial things people are made and then are able to imitate natural things, but never really meet these or compete with them can. And although the dream for thousands of them, to do the same nature or God, has not succeeded so far also the modern sciences, to produce a really artificial people. There are though a series of human-like puppets, androids and robots, but what makes the people, that what in the religion of the soul and in psychology, emotions, intelligence and personality are, do not have these figures. In literature and film, however, machines and androids, robots and cyborgs, Replicants and computer are alive. … First and foremost, the art man as a servant and helper is created, can be but also to the equal partner or the partner. In many movies, people’s fear of the front of the machine, before their intelligence and that he can not comprehend becomes clear: artificial people aspire to rule over the people and against their designer or even begin to wipe out the entire human race. The creator of helpless faces his work, and even though he suspects the failure of his plans mostly from the outset, the researchers urge is greater.”