Morpheus Essays

  • The Matrix, Plato's Allegory Of The Cave

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    An individual’s life journey is linked to the process of enlightenment, which can be achieved when one realizes the world they have been dwelling in is an illusion and is not under their own control. The science-fiction movie The Matrix, Plato’s “Allegory of the Cave”, and Golden-Globe award winning film The Truman Show all have the same underlying theme of escaping an artificial reality. “The Allegory of the Cave” is a dialogue that criticizes human perception. In the dialogue, prisoners draw a

  • The Argument Of The Mind-Body Problem

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    Since the beginning of philosophy, the argument of the mind-body problem has been constantly debated. The mind-body problem asks what the connection is between the mind and the body. Many philosophers have come up with their own theories to answer this predicament but each theory that philosophers have come up with has some indication of a flaw. The mind-body problem is a philosophical issue that inquires the relationship among the mental and physical properties. The fundamental point regarding the

  • The Journey Of Jesus Christ In The Matrix

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    The story of the Messiah or rather the savior has been one that a good number of people have always been looking forward to for approximately 2000years now. According to the Christians, the narration is not any little fictional narrative that an author has come about, but it is believed to have happened in the real life story. The Matrix, just as the salvation story has a direction of the Savior depicted in it. It is a Christian movie that brings out the reality of fiction not forgetting to put out

  • The Matrix: Film Analysis

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    within the film, and will be constructed as follows. Samsara is connected to the dialectic between the real world and the matrix, as well as the cycle of rebirth that Neo undergoes. The motif of Neo rejecting worldly values and ‘freeing his mind’ as Morpheus puts it is promulgated throughout the entirety of the film, which is a central aspect of escaping samsara. This is also contrasted by minor characters such as Cypher and Mouse giving into samsara in various ways, resulting in negative consequences

  • Ignorance In The Film 'The Matrix'

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    two stories. We can even notice this on the basis of sight itself, Plato says that after the prisoner would leave the cave his or hers eyes would be sore because of sunlight - this is what ironically happens to Neo, when he asks why his eyes hurt Morpheus says because “You’ve never used them before.” He does not only mean physically but also mentally/psychologically, as

  • The Matrix: Movie Analysis

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    The movie constantly rolls around the interior of my head whenever the question of reality comes up. A very memorable, and important, scene has Thomas Anderson, better known as Neo, having The Matrix explained to him by his soon-to-be mentor, Morpheus. Morpheus: Do you want to know what IT is? The Matrix is everywhere. It is all around us, even now in this very room. You can see it when you look out your window or when you turn on your television. You can feel it when you go to work, when you go to

  • The Importance Of Individuality In Star Wars

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    One specific way to closely analyze individuality in the Star Wars films is by looking at the droids and clones. In the prequels, both the jedi and the separatists use their clone and droid armies, respectively, as completely expendable soldiers, making the large-scale battle scenes emotionless. Since both the good and evil sides in this war make their armies in a factory, and both sides use their factory-made soldiers as expendable beings, the good versus evil dichotomy gets blurred. As John C.

  • Music Analysis: The Matrix

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    The Matrix is a sci-fi action film, it reflected the world in a bad relation between human and robotic. The main character Neo save the world, and fight with robot. The Matrix is a personal heroism Hollywood movie, it showed the unique characteristics of the music and a good interpretation of the film. The film soundtrack penetrated the suspense style incisively and vividly, especially network technology, the variety of electronic music, advanced film characters’ style which all are quite fit, sometimes

  • Essay On The Vampire Diaries

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    “The Vampire Diaries” Season 6, episode 6 titled “The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get” is mostly about Damon’s (Ian Somerhalder) return to his family and friends. However, the Salvatore vampire’s return was not a pleasant one because he finds out what Elena (Nina Dobrev) did to her memories and he ends up in a life-threatening situation. Spoiler Alert: This feature contains major spoilers on “The Vampire Diaries” Season 6, episode 6 titled “The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get.” Tripp

  • Comparative Analysis: Scarface (1983) And The Godfather

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    Comparative Analysis: Scarface (1983) and The Godfather (1972) Introduction How are the two movies different from each other? Is it the era, the theme of or its execution? In retrospective, both will surely have difference, especially since the two are created with different aims. If one is to analyze the films, one will find a grey area between its differences, wherein differences are both superficial and minor at best. Scarface is a crime-drama film that is famously known for being one of the

  • Film Analysis Essay On Avatar

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    Sample Analysis Essay (2) Avatar Film Analysis “Avatar” (2009) is a science fiction film directed by the famed award winning director James Cameron. Its story follows a crippled space marine who ends up recruited by a corporation for their Avatar program on the planet Pandora. The Avatar program revolves around uploading human minds into bioengineered alien bodies and the purpose for this is to create beings that the native sentient race on Pandora, the Na’vi, can relate to, in order facilitate their

  • Compare And Contrast Descartes And Hume

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    Descartes and Hume. Rationalism and empiricism. Two of the most iconic philosophers who are both credited with polarizing theories, both claiming they knew the answer to the origin of knowledge and the way people comprehend knowledge. Yet, despite the many differences that conflict each other’s ideologies, they’re strikingly similar as well. In this essay I will attempt to find an understanding of both rationalism and empiricism, show the ideologies of both philosophers all whilst evaluating why

  • Diction In Dark Matter

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    Dark Matter by Blake Crouch epitomizes the ideas of both the Surrealism movement and Science Fiction genre and should be classified as such. The diction in this novel pertains to the movement and genre because of its poetic and lyrical style as well as its scientific jargon. Through self-realization and personal growth, the main character’s development illustrates the ideas of Surrealism and Science Fiction. The genre of Science Fiction is shown in the conflict of Dark Matter because of its examination

  • Blasphemy In Flannery O Connor's Wise Blood

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    Equally if not more important would be the other sin both men are guilty of, blasphemy. Blasphemy in simple terms is to believe and act in a way, that one considers themselves higher than God, to whom Christians believe is the ultimate power; in many religions it is a sin that can result in being excommunicated entirely; not too ironically it was what Jesus himself, was accused of and one of the main reasons as to why the Jewish people wanted to kill Him in the first place. Blasphemy is more than

  • Neo And Morpheus: Movie Analysis

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    attention locked on the scenes where I realized logic on the beliefs of Neo and Morpheus. Neo is finding the matrix because he does not believe in fate and he doesn’t like the idea that he’s not in control of his life while Morpheus is finding Neo because he believes on fate and on the prophecy of the oracle from Zion that the first man born of Zion will return and she also envisioned an end to the war; and for Morpheus, Neo is the One. I am amazed by the idea that even through this contraction of

  • Phobetor And Morpheus: The Role Of Dreams In Greek Myth

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    happen? Well in mythology of course there are myths about dreams and gods of dreams. I will be telling you how people thought dreams originated in the Greek and Roman times. Well, Phobetor and Morpheus are the gods of dreams, but they serve people different dreams. Phobetor gives you nightmares, and Morpheus gives you good dreams. Phobetor is the God of nightmares and specializes in dreams involving animals. In which this he is responsible for night-time fears and phobias. People often have nightmares

  • The Matrix Movie Comparison

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    parallel is the biblical aspects of this movie. This movie is not just a sci-fi thriller after watching it i noticed all the components of the bible. One of the more noticeable parallels is neo,morpheus, and trinity. They are the special trio like the father,son, and the holy spirit. Morpheus would be the father because he guides neo in the right direction, neo would be the son because he sacrifices himself for everyone else, and trinity is the power of three, she is the holy spirit because

  • The Sound Of Her Wings Character Analysis

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    striking difference in skin color, Morpheus is nearly translucent and Death has a flesh tone, which ironically symbolizes she appears to have blood flowing and thus is more alive despite her title. Many other contradictory images are shown such as how Morpheus is seen exiting through a black hole, whereas Death’s exit consists of blue sparkles. This contrast pushes the reader to draw a clear line between the siblings and presents Death as more attractive than Morpheus. Death even picks out a red rose

  • Essay Comparing Gilgamesh And Campbell's Monomyth

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    is a similarity in characters oppose to storyline. He saw common characters such as the “Hero” . In, “The Matrix” this was Neo for saving Morpheus and society from Cypher, and it was also Enkidu for saving Gilgamesh from destroying Uruk with his arrogance. There are other common archetypes such as the, “Earth Mother/ Mentor” In “The Matrix” we see this as Morpheus, and in, “The Epic of Gilgamesh” we see it as

  • Sequence Analysis Of The Movie 'The Matrix'

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    physical world inside the matrix. This movie contains a lot of fake movements done by people inside the computer programmer (matrix). The main character’s name is Neo, the hacker. Morpheus haunted Neo and his gang so that the agent won’t find him. Morpheus told Neo that he is the one and he has been chasing Neo for years. Morpheus guided Neo through cell phone when the agents tried to