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Frankenstein vs. Blade Runner by Mind Map: Frankenstein vs. Blade Runner
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Frankenstein vs. Blade Runner



Nature vs. Nurture, Frankenstein, Not created evil, Experiences, People running away from him, People throwing things at him, De'Lacey family throwing him out, Inability to make friends, Being a social outcast, Living in solitude, Causes his malicious behavior





What it means to be human?, Emotion, Control over self, Ambition

Ambition, Too much ambition leads to unforeseen consequences, Victor, The death of his family and friends, Psychologically induced illnesses, Vengeance, His own death


Playing God

Illnesses, Psychologically induced


Lives in solitude, De'Lacey Family

Doesn't start out Evil, Friendly, Tries to befriend people

John Locke's Philosophy, Experience influences the way people behave and evolve, Friendly, Lonely, Seeks friendship, Tabula Rasa: blank slate


Influenced by Victor's stody

Blade Runner


Nature vs. Nurture, People "Playing God", Replicants, Not created evil, Through slave experiences, seek freedom and longer life

Technology, Man's never ending pursuit of technology, Ultimately results in their destruction, Shows man's desire to control society

Eyes, Chew, Gives Batty and Leon the direction to find Sebastian, Artificial Glow, A glow in the eyes of replicants indicates their artificiality, "Window to the soul", Artificial eyes = no soul, Dr. Tyrell's Glasses, Very thick, He can't see what he is doing to society, Relies on technology for his power and vision, Dies, Roy forcing his thumb into his eyes, Symbolism

Ambition, Too much ambition can lead to unforeseen consequences, Dr. Tyrell, Leads to his death, Replicants

Corruption of humanity


Replicants, Motives, Achieve longer life, Behavior, Child-like, Names, Roy Batty, Priss, Zhora, Leon

Tyrell Corporation, Dr. Tyrell, Sebastian, Chew