Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep

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In Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep there is an unclear separation between humans and androids. Even though empathy separated android from humans, androids Rachael Rosen and Roy Baty expressed empathy, and Phil Resch demonstrated a lack of empathy; therefore the novels suggests that humanity lacks empathy and that androids are “human.” The brutal treatment of John Isidore and Resch’s lack of feelings demonstrated that humans had a lack of empathy. Since humans “don’t treat [him] very well,” Isidore relates to the poor treatment that androids receive and is willing to hide them (Dick 150). Humanity showed a lack of empathy because Isidore is oppressed and cannot emigrate due to his mental deterioration. Deckard thought
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