As a collection, it does not form an organic whole: each essay stands alone without reference to any other.
Of course I bought this book, simply because of the words "The Matrix", because I am a fan of the movies (well, the first one anyway).
Students, teachers and those who are just interested in philosophy: You should definitely buy this excellent book.
Blue or Red pill?
Blue and you go on as before. Go to work, do your routines, and enjoy your sundays, eating icecream and stroll around, happy. Read more
Fun and it represent a group of ppl that you get excited about their perspective of what you all classify as great movie.Published 8 months ago by mansour alfayez
To even the most casual observer, there is more going on in The Matrix than mere storytelling - its release date over Easter weekend clearly hints at Judeo-Christian themes: Neo as... Read morePublished 12 months ago by doc peterson
i thought the book would discuss more or the matrix I feel like we live in everyday as citizens and do not even know it..Published 19 months ago by SGT Pete
It's kind of disrturbing if you are a imaginary kind of person, can't take you to mind trips you donpt need before you go to bed how ever it's a good lecturePublished on November 25, 2012 by Fausto Sanchez
This book looks at 'The Matrix' and philosophical questions in relation to it. It has a collection of essays by various authors and whilst most of these are very readable and... Read morePublished on February 1, 2011 by Spider Monkey
Read into it what you will: "The Matrix and Philosophy" turns to a gimmicky form by offering a volume on philosophy by employing themes from a blockbuster movie. Read morePublished on December 23, 2009 by Mike Robinson
As a rookie to philosophy who thoroughly enjoyed the Batman and Watchmen entries in this Pop Culture and Philosophy series, I found this particular book to be a less enjoyable... Read morePublished on June 19, 2009 by Jonathan