The Ontology and Politics of Life in Frankenstein and Blade Runner - LIB 100/201 APPROVED!
Date and TimeFriday, October 26, 2018
3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
- Mackinac Hall » BLL110 - Caseroom
Corey McCall (Elmira College) and Borna Radnik (Kingston University) argue what makes Frankenstein’s monster so horrific and unsettling is that he/it resists ontological and epistemological categorization. The Monster functions both as a reminder and a remainder of the void at the center of being. They then consider how these themes are taken up and transformed by Roy Batty’s desire for “more life” in Blade Runner.
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