El informe de la minoría

El informe de la minoría By Philip K. Dick Carlos Gardini, El informe de la minor a La influencia de Philip K Dick en el cine se ha plasmado en una serie de filmes que han llegado a convertirse en cl sicos del celuloide Este es el caso de la visionaria Blade Runner basada en la novel
  • Title: El informe de la minoría
  • Author: Philip K. Dick Carlos Gardini
  • ISBN: 9788422697602
  • Page: 376
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  • El informe de la minoría By Philip K. Dick Carlos Gardini, La influencia de Philip K Dick en el cine se ha plasmado en una serie de filmes que han llegado a convertirse en cl sicos del celuloide Este es el caso de la visionaria Blade Runner basada en la novela Sue an los androides con ovejas el ctricas y Desaf o total, la adaptaci n cinematogr fica del relato Podemos recordarlo por usted al por mayor , adem s de Screamers baLa influencia de Philip K Dick en el cine se ha plasmado en una serie de filmes que han llegado a convertirse en cl sicos del celuloide Este es el caso de la visionaria Blade Runner basada en la novela Sue an los androides con ovejas el ctricas y Desaf o total, la adaptaci n cinematogr fica del relato Podemos recordarlo por usted al por mayor , adem s de Screamers basada en Segunda variaci n o El infiltrado, una adaptaci n de Impostor.Minority Report, t tulo del relato que da nombre a este volumen, adaptado al cine por Steven Spielberg, nos transporta a un mundo incierto e inquietante en el que la organizaci n Precrimen vela por la seguridad de la humanidad gracias a un sistema que parece infalible la predicci n de los actos criminales antes de que estos se cometan Pero en un mundo en que el brazo represor de la autoridad llega a todos los rincones y no hay forma de escapar de l, el ser humano no tiene otra salida que buscar un camino para no verse condenado a ser un espectador de su propia existencia.Este volumen incluye los relatos MInority Report El informe de la minor a Podemos recordarlo por usted al por mayorImpostor
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    1. Philip K. Dick Carlos Gardini

      Philip K Dick was born in Chicago in 1928 and lived most of his life in California In 1952, he began writing professionally and proceeded to write numerous novels and short story collections He won the Hugo Award for the best novel in 1962 for The Man in the High Castle and the John W Campbell Memorial Award for best novel of the year in 1974 for Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said Philip K Dick died on March 2, 1982, in Santa Ana, California, of heart failure following a stroke.In addition to 44 published novels, Dick wrote approximately 121 short stories, most of which appeared in science fiction magazines during his lifetime Although Dick spent most of his career as a writer in near poverty, ten of his stories have been adapted into popular films since his death, including Blade Runner, Total Recall, A Scanner Darkly, Minority Report, Paycheck, Next, Screamers, and The Adjustment Bureau In 2005, Time magazine named Ubik one of the one hundred greatest English language novels published since 1923 In 2007, Dick became the first science fiction writer to be included in The Library of America series.

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    1. You have to be taken in if Precrime is to survive You re thinking of your own safety But think, for a moment, about the system Leaning over, Lisa stubbed out her cigarette and fumbled in her purse for another Which means to you your own personal safety or the existence of the system My safety, Anderton answered, without hesitation You re positive If the system can survive only by imprisoning innocent people, then it deserves to be destroyed My personal safety is important because I m a human be [...]

    2. I m not an old, crusty sci fi fan who read this when it came out in 56 No, I m a neophyte who only knows about The Minority Report because of the 2002 movie version It s hard not to associate this solid, yet too short short story with that blockbuster flick starring Tom Cruised I m not even going to try Why Because I loved the movie, even though I hate Tom Cruise Maybe hate is too harsh Let s just say I ve never liked him and have only tolerated watching his movies, all the while wishing it was [...]

    3. 11 1 15I might have to reread this very soon, because I just watched the movie, and it was fantastic I m not sure if I read the same novel as the ones who rated this 4 5 stars I honestly don t get how to like this novel, aside from the premise.The blurb synopsis is very ambiguous, yet that s not my problem with this one Ambiguity doesn t necessarily mean that the novel s going to turn out awful, but rather ambiguity, in most cases, leads to the enjoyment of the reader In this case, everything di [...]

    4. What I should like to know is why Anderton would have committed murder in the timeline which the first minority report forecasted All the reasons that Anderton could have committed murders had resulted from prediction itself and there was no way that a prediction could be made without Anderton seeing the card.I think the story really works because no one, who already hasn t committed or is planning to commit a murder, believes him herself capable of one Anderton, like most such people, just can [...]

    5. This is only my second PKD story the first being The Man in the High Castle, which I liked, despite still being pretty sure that I don t know what any of it actually meant , and I think, maybe, that I liked this one, too But I m not sure yet, because, well, I had some pretty big issues with it We shall see how I feel after I blark out all of my thoughts in this review The premise here is that at some point in the future, society is virtually crime free thanks to precognitive predictions leading [...]

    6. Wow, this was surprisingly bad The movie was pretty terrible, so I assumed that the short story had to at least be somewhat better I was horribly wrong.First of all, this was so fucking boring that I stopped reading TWO PAGES FROM THE END It was so terribly dull that by the time I got to page 18, the number of fucks I gave had actually dipped into the negative range and I just could not continue.I d like to keep this short, so I ll list the things that sucked about this story 20 pages seems simu [...]

    7. China s security boss planning to use AI to stop crime before it even happens Meng Jianzhu says data analysis can predict patterns which could stop terror attacks of social unrest before they happen The Independent Sept 2017

    8. Between 3 and 4 starsIn the future, there exists a world in which there s no violence as all violent acts are foreseen and stopped before they occur But what if you are accused of killing a person you ve never met for reasons you don t even know None of this has happened yet, so there s still time to change the course of the future How would you fight a system you thought was infallible While I like the writing and find the idea of a dystopic future where precognition is so reliable that it s us [...]

    9. Read on the WondrousBooks blog.I d heard so much about Philip K Dick but this is the first book of his that I actually got to read In one of my classes he was the main topic too often for me not to find something of his I kind of expected that the hype would be bigger than the actual greatness of Dick s works But I ll be the first one to admit my mistake.I actually liked The Minority Report so much, that I chose the movie as my exam topic The movie and the book are extremely different Aside from [...]

    10. What if we can detect crimes before they happen What if we can arrest criminals before they commit crimes Anderton is the commissioner and founder of Precrime, the police force that arrests criminals before they have a chance to commit crime Computers manipulate gibberish from three precogs, each one seeing into a possible future, and Anderton determines whether a crime will be committed When two or precogs agree on an outcome, the resulting agreement is a majority report and the police can act [...]

    11. So I m waiting for my publisher to show up and hand over the proof copy and buy me some beers and he s running late so I duck into this all books are 10 joint called The Book Grocer on Russell Street since I am unequipped I have time to read about three quarters of the short story of the same name as the book before Stephen shows upd then it s all about me and mine, but as soon as practically possible, I get into the chair beside my reading chair my daughter having occupied my usual spot, readin [...]

    12. 5 Oh my god holy shit this is a lot So in this world people are killed because it is preconceived that they will commit murder This precognition system is achieved using 3 human robots with the precognition powers to send out reports on a card that the person will eventually murder someone VERY MINOR SPOILERS I M JUST EXPLAINING THE LOGIC BEHIND THE ROBOT SYSTEM Precog what they call the human robots in the story The concept of the majority and minority report is explained in the story later The [...]

    13. Basta dizer que vi o filme de Spielberg antes, que usa o essencial do conto de PKD, expandindo de forma magn fica este mundo em que tr s mutantes da ag ncia Precrime conseguem prever crimes, o que permite deten es antecipadas, sendo que o mais recente visado John Anderton, o respons vel pelo programa.

    14. My, what an interesting book Quick read, good plot, interesting but slightly 2 dimensional characters Not much like the movie, which is just fine Something I thought was cool there really isn t a protagonist in this novel Everyone is out for their own personal gain Anderton doesn t want to lose his position or Precrime Witwer wants Anderton s job Kaplan wants the Army back in control instead of the government We re set up to think Anderton is the protagonist because he s the one being sought aft [...]

    15. This story is difficult to review On many levels, I really enjoyed it, despite its flaws.1 It got right what the movie got incredibly wrong.Namely, that in any story with a character knowing the future specifically his own there needs to be the feeling of inevitability That all events are unavoidable, even when actively avoided If the outcome foretold is to come true in the story, then the protagonist needs to do everything in his power to make sure it doesn t happen And the easiest way to preve [...]

    16. Fantastic short story from Philip K Dick I was actually surprised at how much I liked this, as I m not normally a huge reader of short stories and I know Tom Cruise was in the movie adaptation But it was very engaging and quick paced I ll need to read of his shorts, if this is any indication of the quality Who would have expected the short view spoiler story from Philip K hide spoiler Dick to be so good While I did see that climax coming, it was still very satisfying.

    17. My first exposure to this was through the Hollywood adaptation that was released in 2002 In it,Matthew Dickman along with his brotherMichael Dickman starred as the pre cog twins, Dashiell and Arthur respectively Steven Spielberg directed the film, which shared the name of PKD s short novella.I did not ever and do not ever intend to watch the complete film adaptation Movies make me go to sleep frequently than books do, and are also less consistent in non soporific effects to boot.But I passed th [...]

    18. Very short book, a novella really The book is nothing like the movie and I was surprised at how much interesting were the ideas in Spielberg s work compared to the original concept and simple story Of all the books by Philip K Dick I have tried,The Man in the High Castle, A Scanner Darkly, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep , this is the one I liked best, however I still think the movie is better than the book.

    19. I d never read The Minority Report It struck me last night when I saw Tom Cruise in something advertised on Netflix it might have been Oblivion So I turned to my dog eared copy of a collection of Dick s short stories and read it in bed It s somewhat slow, some might even say pedestrian, but to me very clever Full of paradoxes, interesting moral questions time, inevitability of our actions, the desire to change based on knowledge of what our future selves might do, whether we can change at all Th [...]

    20. Um marco na hist ria da fic o cient fica, K Dick fica lembrado pelas suas ideias mais do que pela sua prosa Este conto alargado j foi adaptado para filme, assim como muitas das suas obras A raz o do seu sucesso pode residir neste facto.

    21. Amazing story, very well written I ve never seen the film, but I understand it s different, action centered Well, I like this version here It s a novelette that reads a lot like a short story, with a great concept and a great deal of control where the author s concerned, since you just know the story feels and goes exactly like where he wants it to.

    22. only 112 pages, so I hesitate to give it the 5 stars the actual tightly written prose deserves 112 pages very long short story or very short novel a novella I suppose in any case, length seems to be the only criterion calling for less than full honors.Minority Report turned into a Tom Cruise vehicle, made a nice visual movie which just about dealt with the concepts at stake although PKD s real accomplishment was the speculation on police military and police military relations that the existence [...]

    23. I feel a kinda bad, only giving this 3 stars, because I normally love Philip K Dick s work, but I was just massively underwhelmed by this story I think the main problem with this book, is the same problem a lot of short stories seem to suffer from There s just not enough time spent on the characters or the plot We ve hardly met the main character before he s on the run, and I just didn t care I didn t care about him, his wife, his job, or that fact his life was crashing around his head Thanks to [...]

    24. This book is so much smarter than the movie The movie has the dramatic tension surrounding a minority report among the precogs and it is about their fallibility The book focuses on the time paradox involved in someone who gets advance knowledge of the judgement of the precogs because of his position with the police, with the precogs considering different time frames and his reacting to having that information, which is far interesting.

    25. this is NOT your movie version of Minority Report it is well different and well better constructed a good story.

    26. In this story, a special police unit known as PreCrime is able to predict a crime even before the criminal plans to commit it Claiming complete accuracy with this technique, this unit tracks down the individuals named by their team of precogs and sends them to a detention camp so that they are unable to commit the crime that they clearly would have PreCrime Commissioner John Anderton founded the unit and has spent his career proving its efficiency and results Until his name appears on the list o [...]

    27. First of this is probably the ideal movie tie in A film was made based on a short story from a writer who isn t widely read, so they made a selection of his short stories for new readers, based on nothing but what the editor thought were his best work.And they are amazing Philip K Dick is always lauded for his innovative ideas, which are on full display here, and which never seem to stop One story, about a marriage between two different species of aliens, contains a short bit about how one of th [...]

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