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Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Read ¹ 109 ✓ It was January 2021 and Rick Deckard had a license to killSomewhere among the hordes of humans out there lurked several rogue androids Deckard's assignment find them and thenretire them Trouble was the androids all looked exactly like humans and they didn't want to be foundAns out there lurked several rogue androids Deckard's assignment find them and thenretire t. I Love Dick There I've said it No not a “Mood Organ” or blood filled skin sack made to facilitate reproduction but Philip K Dick Is it really possible for androids to acuire human traits like empathy and the desire to understand the meaning of life and avoid death at all costs What would the role of socialism play in an android world Would self aware androids seek out to destroy anything that threatened their existence or tried to control their thoughts ie programmingA Google search revealed that the search for intelligent android life is alive and well I learned that there are no less than 15 groups attempting to create intelligent android lifeDo Androids Dream of Electric Sheep was a joyous adventure into mans struggles with ideas such as real vs unreal life vs un life mind control intelligence vs mental deficiency decay vs regeneration the value of religion real or imagined and the value of individualism vs the collective Sounds like something that should have a “King James Version” doesn't it I would consider attending mass at a church where the virtues and values explored in this book were studied and ‘preached’Would an intelligent android society have a need for religion even if they understood that the religion they followed was created divinely inspired or not to give them hope and a forum where they would feel like a part of something bigger and conseuential than oneself What value does religion have in the lives of mankind This is one of the fundamental issues Dick toys with in the world he creates in this novelAnd now I digressWhile in college I played around a little with writing an Artificial Intelligence AI program I called “The Oracle” It was a simple program where input from the user was stored in data files along with key words that would allow the program to associate the users input with the key words The result was that “The Oracle” could use input from the user to “learn” custom responses to uestions the user might ask My rudimentary computer skills and the memory storage limits of my Commodore 64 resulted in my abandoning the project after numerous attempts to avoid the “out of memory” errors Oh the limitations of computers Would a memory error like this in humans be considered something like a seizureIf we succeed in creating self aware computers I wonder what they would think of their creators Would they treat their parents better than we treat our own human parents or would they tend to migrate to their own creating a separate mechanical societyDicks Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep explores this uestion and presents one look at how this might work outIf you are a fan of relevant science fiction I would recommend this book I ended up reading this one twice in a row to make sure I didn’t miss anything Others familiar with Dick might suggest other Dick works that couldshould be read before taking on this philosophicalsocial work By the way a “Mood Organ” is an invention by Dick It’s a device used by humans to manipulate their moods The user dials in a code which correlates with a specific emotion mood or desire Sounds like something that should take two “D” sized batteries and be stored at the bottom of the underwear drawer huhEnjoy the book and try to ignore the incessant buzzing in the background it's just the androids busy at work

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It was January 2021 and Rick Deckard had a license to killSomewhere among the hordes of hum. I could say that I love Dick but that would be weird I do very much enjoy Philip K Dick's writing and though this is not one of his best the Pizza and Sex Rule applies to him; ie just as even bad pizza and or sex is still pretty good bad PKD is as well And this is not bad at all The first mistake that a new reader would make is to watch Blade Runner and expect a novelization of that film; it was LOOSELY based upon the book I'm a big fan of the Ridley Scott film starring Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer but the movie diverged from Phillip K Dick's literature early on The book is far bleak than the film if you can believe that and much intricate and complicated Blade Runner benefits from a simplified storyline The author was far ahead of his time both in the complexity of his story and the perspective from which he writes There are elements of Brave New World I Robot and Dune; but the author has a uniue voice and the story is an original It is not an excellent work as there are gaps and inconsistencies and many loose ends that are never tied in but the concept and provocation are superbOne element of the book that was completely left out of the film was a sub plot involving a Christ like messiah and a faith system based upon what could have been a hoax First published in 1968 this was one of his theological based novels and a trend that would continue steadily becoming freuent and invasive until the end of his writingA MUST read for PKD fans as well as SFF fans period 2020 RereadOne thing I love about PKD writing is the accessibility He discusses complex sophisticated issues but he never is There’s a blue collar element to him that is ubiuitous across his canon He grew up working low level retail and repair shop jobs and it never left himAnother element of this book that I picked up on this time was the empathy religion set up around Wilbur Mercer When I read this before I thought of it as kind of a weird sub plot but this is a fundamental part of Dick’s vision Humans who feel empathy with the Christ like Mercer are separate from the androids who do not feel empathy Or do they PKD is too much of an artist to make this simple his world building is a rich tapestry of detail and nuanceAlong with Mercerism is the attraction with caring for animals real animals if possible in the post war diseased world but electric animals if need be This relationship with animal husbandry is tied together with the distinctions between humans and androids naturally biological and createdA great SF novel

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Do Androids Dream of Electric SheepHem Trouble was the androids all looked exactly like humans and they didn't want to be foun. 390 Do Androids dream of Electric Sheep Blade Runner #1 Philip K DickDo Androids Dream of Electric Sheep is a science fiction novel by American writer Philip K Dick first published in 1968 The novel is set in a post apocalyptic San Francisco where Earth's life has been greatly damaged by nuclear global war Most animal species are endangered or extinct from extreme radiation poisoning so that owning an animal is now a sign of status and empathy an attitude encouraged towards animals The book served as the primary basis for the 1982 film Blade Runner and many elements and themes from it were used in its 2017 seuel Blade Runner 2049تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز شانزدهم ماه اکتبر سال 1988 میلادیعنوان آیا آدم مصنوعی‌ها خواب گوسفند برقی می‌بینند؟ روشنگرانعنوان آیا آدم مصنوعی‌ها خواب گوسفند برقی می‌بینند؟ نویسنده فلیپ کی دیک؛ مترجم محمدرضا باطنی؛ تهران، روشنگران، 1385؛ در 300 ص؛ شابک 9648564566؛ موضوع داستانهای نویسندگان امریکایی سده 20 مدغدغه‌ ی هویت، برای انسان علم‌ زده و در جامعه‌ ی مدرن است هر چند فضای داستان، دنیای فرامدرن آینده است، اما دغدغه‌ ی بحران هویت انسان امروز، در جهان فاقد عشق، هم‌دلی، و آغشته به خشونت، و تهی از بیشتر جلوه‌ هایی که انسان سده های پیش، به آن می‌بالید، دستمایه‌ ی اصلی نویسنده است آنجا که انسان به انسان بودن خود نیز شک می‌کند ا شربیانی