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www.gaia.com/article/philip-k-dick-valis-precogs-and-evolution-humanity

Jan 21, 2017 ... When Philip K. Dick went to the dentist in February 1974, the acclaimed science fiction author did not know that his view of reality was about to ...

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Jan 10, 2018 ... Popular culture caught up to Philip K. Dick. The audacious imaginings of the legendary science fiction author bled into thousands of ...

www.brainpickings.org/tag/philip-k-dick

Philip K. Dick on Beauty, Suffering, and the Nature of the Universe. What a woman with a fish necklace has to do with Blade Runner and the “terrible law of the ...

themillions.com/2011/06/philip-k-dick-and-the-pleasures-of-unquotable-prose.html

Jun 17, 2011 ... What does it mean when a great writer like Philip K. Dick is considered to have an occasionally terrible prose style? Even so brilliant and ...

www.thewrap.com/electric-dreams-philip-k-dick-android

Jan 16, 2018 ... Scientists made a robot version of author Philip K. Dick's head, and "Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams" dreams up what happened after it ...

www.theparisreview.org/blog/2017/10/23/life-after-empathy-on-blade-runner-2049

Oct 23, 2017 ... Driving cross-country some years ago, I pulled off Interstate 76, among the arroyos and tumbleweed at Fort Morgan, Colorado. Philip K. Dick lay ...

www.slate.com/articles/arts/books/2012/06/philip_k_dick_robot_an_android_head_of_the_science_fiction_author_is_lost_forever_.html

Jun 1, 2012 ... In 2005, David Hanson left Philip K. Dick's head on a plane. Hanson, a roboticist, was en route to Google to present his team's project— a ...

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Mike Jay: Paranoid Android - The Divine Madness of Philip K Dick by Kyle Arnold .

www.vulture.com/2018/02/electric-dreams-philip-k-dick-short-story-comparison.html

Feb 5, 2018 ... It's not hard to see why Philip K. Dick's stories are adapted so often. They're imbued a frequent sense of paranoia, a fixation on memory, and a ...