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  1. Matt Lawrence (2004). Like a Splinter in Your Mind: The Philosophy Behind the Matrix Trilogy. Wiley-Blackwell.
    _Like a Splinter in Your Mind_ leads readers through the myriad of philosophical themes within the Matrix trilogy, helping them to gain a better understanding of the films and of philosophy itself. Offers a way into philosophy through the Matrix films. Covers thirteen of the biggest philosophical questions in thirteen self-sufficient chapters suitable for course use. Demonstrates how each of these questions is illustrated through the events and characters of the films. Considers whether sentient machines are possible, and whether we (...)
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  2. Matt Lawrence (2008). Like a Splinter in Your Mind: The Philosophy Behind the Matrix Trilogy. Wiley-Blackwell.
    _Like a Splinter in Your Mind_ leads readers through the myriad of philosophical themes within the Matrix trilogy, helping them to gain a better understanding of the films and of philosophy itself. Offers a way into philosophy through the Matrix films. Covers thirteen of the biggest philosophical questions in thirteen self-sufficient chapters suitable for course use. Demonstrates how each of these questions is illustrated through the events and characters of the films. Considers whether sentient machines are possible, and whether we (...)
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  3. Matt Lawrence (2004). Like a Splinter in Your Mind: The Philosophy Behind the Matrix Trilogy. Wiley-Blackwell.
    _Like a Splinter in Your Mind_ leads readers through the myriad of philosophical themes within the Matrix trilogy, helping them to gain a better understanding of the films and of philosophy itself. Offers a way into philosophy through the Matrix films. Covers thirteen of the biggest philosophical questions in thirteen self-sufficient chapters suitable for course use. Demonstrates how each of these questions is illustrated through the events and characters of the films. Considers whether sentient machines are possible, and whether we (...)
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  4. Matthew Lawrence (1999). Moral Pluralism and Value Conflicts. Dissertation, University of California, Irvine
    In recent years an increasing number of moral theorists have come to embrace the term "moral pluralism" to describe a particular kind of moral theory. Unfortunately, there has been little consensus regarding what exactly constitutes a pluralistic theory, and what specific commitments such theories involve. My dissertation takes on the task of articulating the underlying schema of pluralist moral theory, and of analyzing the plausibility and implications of pluralism's fundamental commitments. I argue that the most thoroughgoing pluralist theories are shaped (...)
     
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  5. Matthew Lawrence (1996). Pluralism, Liberalism, and the Role of Overriding Values. Pacific Philosophical Quarterly 77 (4):335-350.
     
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    Matt Lawrence (2011). Philosophy on Tap: Pint-Sized Puzzles for the Pub Philosopher. Wiley-Blackwell.
    When beer starts to flow, philosophical discussions naturally follow. _Philosophy on Tap_ takes pub philosophy to the next level, pairing 48 of life's greatest philosophical questions with 48 of the world's best beers. Features a unique presentation of philosophical puzzles, paradoxes, and debates by considering 48 of life's biggest questions in the context of 48 distinctive beers from around the world Provides a highly engaging and sociable approach to the classic philosophical problems as well as a unique look at the (...)
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  7. Matt Lawrence (2003). Unravel the Philosophy Behind The Matrix. The Philosophers' Magazine 21.
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