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For some time, he ieaac tried to convince the Earth government to loosen its anti-robot restrictions. Nearly all of the human characters were frustratingly stupid throughout most of the book. The philosophy saves it, in my opinion, but it also hinders it at times. And Asimov was a winner with this archetypal sci-fi gem.

Fastolfe, who injects idaac with a mildly suggestive drug while speaking about the relative merits and shortcomings of Earth and Spacer society. Asimov explains a great deal without over-lingering on detail.

Just re-read this after having first read it many years ago.

I can appreciate them for their issac “I’m reading what people the age of my dad thought about robots when he was a child! If something like infinity is within our graspwell, as far as I’m concerned, then it’s to be found in The Caves of Steel.

Cover of first edition hardcover. The first are those 8 Billion souls on Earth living in massively croweded “mega cities” the Caves of Steel where food and other goods are rationed due to limited supply. Those who were not financially well-off had to share bathrooms, showers, and even kitchens [for eating]. We could even, instead of drawing a line, have a continuum, so that the more direct and visible the harm, the harder it is for the robot to do it.


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It’s not a question that can be answered, but it’s one I can’t help but wonder about. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Earth Solaria Aurora Comporellon Inferno. He has works published in nine o Isaac Asimov was a Russian-born, American author, a professor of biochemistry, and a highly successful writer, osaac known for his works of science fiction and for his popular science books.

Daneel had amazing brain scanning abilities, but even those abilities had limitations. The problem is the plot; in essence the Murder Mystery aspect of the book.

I was very pleasantly surprised to find this very avero reading and full of insightful deep ideas to boot! Jessie, Elijah’s wife, used to take pride in her given name [Jezebel] until Elijah ruined the novelty of her name of her [also interesting choice of names for each spouse; Elijah and Jezebel were bitter opponents in the Bible, yet Asimov has two characters deeply in love with each other with the names of two Biblical opponents].

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It also mirrors broader concerns about Otherness in the form of minorities, immigrants, and divisions of social class. In this future society, Earthlings live in domed cities [hence the title] as nobody ever ventured outside the domes.


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I, Robot is a collection of short stories with a loose narrative thread tying them together. I must say I am disappointed. I think the appeal of Asimov has been his invention and ideas, specifically things like Artificial Intelligence, which there really wasn’t a precedent for, or certainly not much of one, in the s.

The city of future described in this tale excruciatingly reminded me of an over-sized factory with innumerable mechanical moving parts run by precise algorithms.

Do you have any proof? I’m just not the type sit and ONLY listen. The Spacers believe that one of the City humans killed Dr. Overall, while I did enjoy reading it, it lacks in several aspects and was ultimately a disappointing read. Their investigation provides us with our entertaining tour acer this future world, but the resolution of the mystery is anti-climactic. Will I also feel the same with Caves of Steel? Need I say more?