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

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Glenn Yeffeth
Summersdale, 2003 - Matrix (film) - 304 pages
Containing many answers to the questions posed by the first 'Matrix' film, this book explores the frontiers of philosophy, technology and religious symbolism. It explores the enormous dilemmas the Wachowski brothers presented when they gave the movie its many layers of meaning - fusing myriad philosophical and religious themes with futuristic science and technology.

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