“Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn’t go away.”

This suggests that Deckard‘s thoughts and dreams might be known and hints at the possibility that he is a Replicant and doesn’t realize it “(::::)
“The bombardment of pseudorealities begins to produce inauthentic humans very quickly. Fake realities will create fake humans. It is just a very large version of Disneyland. You can have the Pirate Ride or the Lincoln Simulacrum or Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride — you can have all of them, but none is true.” (P.Kindred D.)
Roy Christopher :   “My first book, Follow for Now: Interviews with Friends and Heroes, is an anthology of interviews with all kinds of minds. Disinformation named it “among the most important books published in 2007,” and Erik Davis called it “a crisp and substantial remix of the major memes of the last decade or so.””
 The very best book on the theme of longevity itself may well be a play: Back To Methuselah, by George Bernard Shaw, in which an evolving humanity wills itself into living three hundred years, and then open-endedly, without inevitable death.

“Der einzige Mensch, der sich vernünftig benimmt, ist mein Schneider. Er nimmt jedesmal neu Maß, wenn er mich trifft, während alle anderen immer die alten Maßstäbe anlegen in der Meinung, sie paßten auch heute noch.”(:::)


“Which was more realistic? This integration of death into the society, or the neurotic refusal of his own society to consider death at all? “





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One comment on ““Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn’t go away.”
  1. Chris says:

    WunderbarfürdenMontagMorgen! Thx, Lex!

    U.A fand ich hinter demk “Deckard’s thoughts”-Link einen “Ultra-styler-dark-replikanten-deckard-MANTEL!”


    JUHU!!! Ist der toll….

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