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Every human being is born into a society whereas they are taught specific actions For example a young child is taught to read a book he does not know how to read from birth It is a part of the learning process he must endure in order to grow Everyday actions or rituals as in a job or even brushing your teeth become imbedded in peoples minds Man by nature is a subject to his family job and world Laws that must be followed govern humans Basically each individual fits somewhere on the Totem Pole In the film The Matrix Neo the main protagonist is subjected from birth to normal everyday actions of life He is born into his parents idealistic society-the normal earth To Neo this is the norm What each person does daily is just part of life He works for a computer company as a slave in the Matrix His idealistic society is normal he does not think of himself as a slave in bondage At one point a character contacts him named Morphios Morphios shows Neo through the use of a pill just what the real world is like Every thought that Neo has been subjected to becomes a fantasy or just a front Neo awakes in a vat of gunk attached to many chords His matrix world no longer exists just a memory in his new growing mind He is reborn into the real world Same as before he is subjected to a new learning process Still this man has not escaped subjection In this world the humans are subjected to the artificial intelligence life forms they control the board The humans are still interpolating class structure and everyday for the characters actions Neos escape into a better world in reality is only a bad change of scenery from the matrix His life for the most part is still under subjection however just in different forms The film The Matrix
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