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Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy and
Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy and

Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy and Religion in The Matrix . Glenn Yeffeth, David Gerrold

Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy and Religion in The Matrix


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Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy and Religion in The Matrix Glenn Yeffeth, David Gerrold
Publisher: Summersdale




The modern metaphor for mental models that resonates with me is exemplified in the movie The Matrix, especially in the Red Pill/Blue Pill scene: (Thanks to the Red Pill Brethren for inspiring my use of this metaphor!) My invitation is for our congregational leaders to be willing to take the red pill and open themselves to challenging their own mental models of what our congregations could and should be. It won't be like religion, with The Bible or Quran, where one book will do, science will take many. The question of which pill to take illustrates the personal aspect of the decision to study philosophy. To be published in Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy and Religion in The Matrix (Ben Bella Books, April 2003). It's like in the movie The Matrix, when Neo is offered the red and blue pill. Do you live on in ignorance (and potentially bliss) or do you lead what Aristotle called 'the examined life'… The Matrix is a film filled with religious and philosophical symbolism. Obviously choosing a partner well is part of that decision matrix and having them on board with positive relationship standards matters too. Morpheus tells Neo What if you wanted to take the red pill? "Taking the Red Pill - Science, Philosophy & Religion in THE MATRIX" Started the book yesterday. So in the early grades kids would study cosmology, anthropology and the emergence of civilization, along with language, math, myths, religions, philosophy of primitive people. It is different to take the blue pill and pretend the hurt and pain isn't there and nothing happened versus taking the red pill and demanding an apology and justice, but being forgiving and merciful. Published on KurzweilAI.net March 3, 2003. I remember reading this argument a few years back in a book called Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy, and Religion in the Matrix. I just finished reading Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy and Religion in The Matrix and I swear to whoever created the universe that it is the most intriguing and baffling book that I have read that is not a novel. Be articulated using rational prose. (The book is on my shelf at home, but I'm typing this at the office. I don't mean to compare religion/atheism with Blue/Red pill (OK, I guess I did, but I don't mean to attack religion).