Blade Runner 2049 - The Evolution of Humanity - …

This is, on the face of it, a comparison by Patrick Meaney of William Blake's The Tyger and The Fly. However, when I read it through my Blade Runner glasses, I see an inciteful metaphorical analysis of Tyrell, Replicants and Humans.

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One of the big questions in Blade Runner is "What does it mean to be Human?" John W. Whitehead has a look at this and related questions in Blade Runner couched in a view of the postmodern world.


What Does It Mean To Be Human? 'Blade Runner' And Philip …

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Further examination of the theme of humanity, this time referencing the Blade Runner film. Dr Stephen Mulhall questions humanity, how it is portrayed in the film and considers how we should react to it.


Thirty Years Later – Blade Runner (1982) | The …

As the most complex and engaging character in Blade Runner, Roy Batty has many facets. sees that Roy's struggle is not just against Deckard and Tyrell, but against himself. Roy's growth is examined and compared to our own Human efforts to achieve our ideal of Humanity.