Reality and the 3D Printed Worlds of Philip K. Dick
Very few sci-fi authors have as colourful a story as Philip K. Dick. Not only was he tremendously prolific, churning out 44 novels and 121 short stories in his lifetime — he died in 1982 aged 53 — but he was famously prone to hallucinations and paranoid delusions, even having something of a religious experience that revealed his son had a fatal birth defect. Philip K. Dick's Paranoid Science Fiction Has Largely Become Our Everyday Reality
The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch: Book Review | The Inquisitor It’s become fashionable in recent years to hail Philip K. Dick as the world’s greatest writer of science fiction. But why stop there?
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Even though an American is four times more likely to be killed by lightning, there's no greater bogeyman in the Anglo-American body politic than the homicidal terrorist. It beggars belief that something so statistically insignificant (it has been suggested that the odds of death at the hands of a jihadist, or the like, is one-in-20 million) has been manipulated to trump fundamental freedoms – not just in the US, but globally. No matter that salt, sugar and fat contribute to a one-in-467 chance of dying from heart disease, or that, approximately, ten times the number of people that died in 9-11 are slain annually as a result of gun violence - it's counter-terrorism that sets the real agenda. A Philip K. Dick Nightmare - Rolling Stone South Africa
Philip K. Dick’s Visions
The difference between David Dufty and Philip K. Dick can first be glimpsed right there on the cover: when Dufty promises to inform readers “How to Build an Android”, unlike asking about electric sheep or policemen’s tears, he isn’t being coy, cagey or even philosophical. The story of How to Build an Android walks its readers through the steps involved, even as it radically simplifies them to both illuminate and demystify the process of an initiative that was as forward-thinking as it was difficult to believe. We Can Rebuild Him: David Dufty's Exploration into Philip K. Dick's Robotic Resurrection
Richard (RJ) Eskow: The Truman Show Economy (With a Nod to Philip K. Dick) A Northern Ireland county made news this week when it literally created a false front of prosperity for dignitaries in town for the G8 conference.
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The Business Rusch: The Gift That Keeps On Giving « Kristine Kathryn Rusch I have been down the rabbit hole, and it is labeled “Philip K. Dick.”
I'm at a conference at San Francisco State all weekend and I'm surrounded by Dickheads. One hundred and thirty of them, to be precise — a sellout crowd. Philip K. Dick was a friend of mine - Books
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Philip K. Dick, Sci-Fi Philosopher, Part 1 The Stone is a forum for contemporary philosophers and other thinkers on issues both timely and timeless. This is the first in a three-part series.
A Science Fiction Story That Predicted The Manner of Western Suicide By Barry Rubin For years I've been trying to find a science fiction story I read a long, long time ago which describes the contemporary situation in Western civilization. And now, thanks to a helpful reader, I can tell you about it.
27 June 2011 "Being Human is aspiring to be human. Strange Horizons Articles: More Real Than Real: Philip K. Dick's Visionary Posthumanism , by Alex Lyras
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