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Czy androidy marzą o elektrycznych owcach? - Philip K. Dick
Czy androidy marzą o elektrycznych owcach?
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Przełom wieku XX i XXI. Na wyniszczonej Ziemi pozostały tylko niedobitki populacji ludzkiej. Żywe zwierzę jest cenne niby dzieło sztuki. Policjant Rick Deckard dostaje zadanie zlikwidowania grupy zbuntowanych androidów typu Nexus-6. Ich moduły mózgowe mają dwa tryliony składowych i są w stanie... show more
Przełom wieku XX i XXI. Na wyniszczonej Ziemi pozostały tylko niedobitki populacji ludzkiej. Żywe zwierzę jest cenne niby dzieło sztuki. Policjant Rick Deckard dostaje zadanie zlikwidowania grupy zbuntowanych androidów typu Nexus-6. Ich moduły mózgowe mają dwa tryliony składowych i są w stanie dokonać wyboru spośród dziesięciu milionów możliwości działania. Ale najważniejsze to, że roboty mają również wolę życia i przetrwania...
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Format: papier
ISBN: 8386661980
Publisher: Prószyński i S-ka
Pages no: 272
Edition language: Polski
Series: Blade Runner (#1)
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Kenny Loves to Read
Kenny Loves to Read rated it
4.0
Not sure I would ever have read this if it wasn't for the movie adaptation but I enjoyed it. I think it may have been more powerful back in the time it was written but there were enough thought provoking elements to keep it feeling relevant for me. It's pretty different from the movie so don't expec...
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios
Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios rated it
5.0 Reality and Illusion: "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" by Philip K. Dick
The one faithful film adaptation of a PKD story I'm aware of was the Linklater version of A Scanner Darkly. All the others take a major conceptual element of the story's basic premise, but then seriously alter the narrative in ways that often make them very different thematically. I really liked the...
Lillelara
Lillelara rated it
4.0 Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
I tried to write something resembling a coherent review, but I can´t come up with anything else besides the fact that I really enjoyed this book and the questions about humanity it poses. What makes us human? Empathy, compassion and love? And is artificial intelligence able to experience the same em...
The better to see you, my dear
The better to see you, my dear rated it
4.5 Measuring humanity
I don't know whether to be hopeful or depressed. I think I'm a good deal of both, plus amazed, and horror stricken. There is a lot of the Sisyphean in this, which I guess is on purpose, given all the Mercer stuff (which on the last pages got trippy as fuck, of the religious hallucination variety). ...
Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it
4.0 Great Look at Book that Inspired Blade Runner
Wow. I really did enjoy this book a lot. The main reason I only gave this four stars was that I was and am still confused about the character of Mercer. I just don't get what Phillip K. Dick was doing with regards to him. Everything else I thought worked well though. The plot, writing, setting of a ...
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