There have already been several very successful books devoted to the original film in the Matrix trilogy. This entirely new collection of essays is the first book to examine the trilogy as a whole - as well as related products such as The Animatrix and the computer game. Contributors tackle these subjects from a range of perspectives: religion, philosophy, gender, race, film studies, and science, providing a comprehensive view of everything Matrix-related.Reviewing the cultural and religious implications of the trilogy, authors look at:* American Religion, Community and Revitilization: Why The Matrix Resonates* Religion and Salvation, the Optiate of The Matrix Franchise* Gimme that Bullet Time Religion, or, The Dream of Spiritually Perfect Violence* Ultimate Reality: Buddhist and Gnostic Constructions of BlissAlso covered are theories of cyberworlds, issues of gender and race and the games and ethics of simulation.Instead, we stayed out late that night to see The Matrix and spent several hours afterward talking about it, which noticeably diminished our performance and participation in the next daya#39;s activities. Two of those professors were biologists, one aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Jacking In To the Matrix Franchise|
|Author||:||Matthew Kapell, William G. Doty|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2004-06-01|