Individual wrote:Do you believe this kind of technology is possible
Individual wrote: would you have reservations about uploading your mind to a new body?
Do you believe this kind of technology is possible
and, if it is one day possible, would you have reservations about uploading your mind to a new body?
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Art does not reproduce what we see; rather, it makes us see. Paul Klee
One of the deepest and most lasting legacies of Descartes’ philosophy is his thesis that mind and body are really distinct—a thesis now called "mind-body dualism." He reaches this conclusion by arguing that the nature of the mind (that is, a thinking, non-extended thing) is completely different from that of the body (that is, an extended, non-thinking thing), and therefore it is possible for one to exist without the other.
Each reboot of Ghost in the Shell is more or less self-contained. You can watch them in any order you like. IMO the 1995 Mamoru Oshii adaption is by far the best, because Mamoru Oshi dramatically changes the somewhat comic and teenagery tone of the original manga to make an introspective, sophisticated, and existential film that, IMO, transcends it's genre.BlackBird wrote:I'm a big fan of serious anime. Some of the most affecting stories and themes I've watched has been in Anime. Particularly existential themes like in Cowboy Bebop, Mushishi, Samurai Champloo, FMA brotherhood etc.
I've always wanted to get into this series, BUT the sequence of stories is quite complicated. Can someone tell me what order I should watch the shows and movies?
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