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Philosophy in Ex Machina. Visual & Performing Arts Movie Review (Movie Review Sample)

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EACH RESPONSE NEEDS TO:
1) have a title
2) answer the question.
3) bold main claim (otherwise known as a thesis)
4) have a beginning (introduces the text you are writing about and the topic), a middle (the
bulk of the paper where you make an argument), and an end (where you tell me what you
wrote about).
5) analyze at least one quotation from the text.
6) cite quotations properly (Plato, Republic, 430a2).
7) be broken into multiple paragraphs that communicate a thought and build on each other to
argue for your claim. This should look like a mini-paper.
8) be no longer than 400 words.
9) reference readings and the film.
Knowing Others Knowing The Self
O Alex Garland, Ex Machina
o John Haugeland, “Artificial Intelligence The Very Idea” (selections)
o Alan M. Turing, “Computing Machinery and Intelligence,”
 What do we learn about ourselves in thinking about AI?

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Philosophy in Film
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Title of the Paper: Philosophy in Ex Machina
Released in 2014, Ex Machina is a science fiction movie by Alex Garland. The leading roles are played by Alicia Vikander, Domhnall Gleeson, Oscar Isaac, and Sonoya Mizuno. The story of this movie is about a programmer who is invented to administer the Turing test to one of the most intelligent humanoid robots. The nature of consciousness is the main theme of this movie.

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