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Vulcan'ın Çekici By Philip K. Dick Tûba Çele,

  • Title: Vulcan'ın Çekici
  • Author: Philip K. Dick Tûba Çele
  • ISBN: 9789753421775
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Paperback
  • T m d nya bir bilgisayar n y netimindeydi nk insanlar kendilerini y netmekten aciz olduklar n , sava , a l k ve n fus patlamas gibi belalar n stesinden gelemediklerini tekrar tekrar kan tlam lard Vulcan 3, insanlar n bu yetersizliklerini gidermek zere geli tirilmi bir bilgisayard Ama ya bilgisayar kendisini tehdit alt nda hissedip t m kaynaklar n kendini savuT m d nya bir bilgisayar n y netimindeydi nk insanlar kendilerini y netmekten aciz olduklar n , sava , a l k ve n fus patlamas gibi belalar n stesinden gelemediklerini tekrar tekrar kan tlam lard Vulcan 3, insanlar n bu yetersizliklerini gidermek zere geli tirilmi bir bilgisayard Ama ya bilgisayar kendisini tehdit alt nda hissedip t m kaynaklar n kendini savunmak i in seferber ederse te o zaman insanlar Vulcan 3 ten kim koruyacak Bize kar , Birli e kar milyonlarca ki i var Yok edilmesi gereken d manlar yile tiriciler durdurulmal Birlik ya am i in sava mal B y k bir sava a girmek i in haz rl kl olmal y z Birli in bozulamayacak bir yap s vard r Bug n d nyadaki tek rg tleyici ilkedir yile tiriciler Hareketi asla h kim olamazd Onlar yaln zca bozguncu, niyetleri her eyi y kmak Sunduklar yap c hi bir ey yok Barris eki kafal par alardan kan metal ses kar s nda rperdi Sesi daha nce hi duymam t ama tan m t.B y k bilgisayar uzaklarda, gizli yeralt kalesinin en alt kat nda g m l yd Ama u anda duyduklar onun sesiydi.Vulcan 3 n sesi
    Vulcan n ekici T m d nya bir bilgisayar n y netimindeydi nk insanlar kendilerini y netmekten aciz olduklar n sava a l k ve n fus patlamas gibi belalar n stesinden gelemediklerini tekrar tekrar kan tlam lard Vulc

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    1. I m not threatening you I m pointing out the facts to you If we re excluded from the ruling elite, why should we cooperate Philip K Dick, Vulcan s HammerPKD 1965 , Kubrick Clarke 1968 I J Good 1965 were all publishing early warnings about an eventual technological singularity Recently, we ve seen Verner Vinge in a great essay in 1993, and such computer science business geeks last year Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk, and Bill Gates swing the hammer of warning about self computers, robots, and program [...]

    2. Vulcan s Hammer by Philip K Dick was published in 1960 and is one of his action packed offerings Released by pulp generator Ace Books, I could not help wandering how a phone conversation between Dick and his editor went we could use action, laser beams and robots, the kids LOVE laser beams and robots Well, bills have to be paid and books need to be published to be read Not one of his best, but definitely not bad either There are some concessions made to a wider audience, but the structure and [...]

    3. There are few things better for me during the gloomy overcast months of winter than a good genre fiction bender On those days when the sky seems especially oppressive, there is nothing I like than tucking into a bit of escapist reading and forgetting that the world at large even exists outside the page As such, I ve been on a rather satisfying science fiction binge lately, running the gamut from urban fantasy to a classic approach to that most satisfying of dystopias, the War Against the Machin [...]

    4. Mi disprezzate perch avevo fiducia in una macchina Ma ogni volta che leggiamo un quadrante, un indice di misurazione, ogni volta che viaggiamo, non mostriamo di avere fiducia in una macchina quasi 3 Amo la capacit di Philip Dick di creare trame complesse con la semplicit di uno sbadiglio al mattino come se i suoi neuroni fossero frattali carichi di storie pronte a essere trasmesse ai posteri Premesso ci questo romanzo forse uno dei peggiori che abbia mai letto di questo autore Lo consiglierei so [...]

    5. Even Lawrence Sutin, PKD s biographer, refers to this one as dreck As per usual for Dick s novels of this period, there has been a devastating war in the 1970 s, and this time around humanity s bad idea for how to handle post war society it to turn everything over to computers These machines decisions will be based purely on logic, war will come to an end, but of course an elaborate police system must be put into place to maintain this logical utopia Underground movements are breaking out across [...]

    6. Vulcan s Hammer is a curiously prophetic book about computers taking charge of humanity and this at a time before computers could realistically be perceived as a threat I ve been working with computers since 1964, and in 1960, when the novel by Philip K Dick was written, they were pretty rudimentary There are three centers of force in Vulcan s Hammer the Unity organization, which serves the computer the Healers, who want to sabotage Unity and the computer itself, Vulcan 3, which as the book goes [...]

    7. One of the most accessible and straightforward PKD novels I ve read so far Vulcan s Hammer is pulp than thought provoking scifi, but still an enjoyable read, well paced and suspenceful And pretty short.

    8. After having read 29 novels and dozens of short stories by my favorite author, this one surprised me with joy This might be my favorite single novel by PKD This is certainly the most focused, tight, and complete of all of his SF novels Many of the other 29 novels I have read by PKD have lovely tangents, eddies in the current of the main plot, flavor added by PKD because of his strangely wonderful sensibilities, but VULCAN S HAMMER is a tight laser beam of a plot That is why this surprises me I a [...]

    9. Wow I love dystopias and I love PKD I m surprised this book doesn t rate better overall and rate better against PKDs other works It seems polarizing, some dismissing it as one of his weaker novels, but looking over reviews here, it seems many readers consider this one of their all time favorites, not just Dick favorites For those that like it, the clear, concise, and focused writing seems to draw them and me in Its a basic straightforward dystopia and man vs supercomputer story, and it works It [...]

    10. This, Dr Futurity, and Lies, Inc are Philip K Dick on autopilot Vulcan s Hammer was especially telling of a man trying to make some quick cash with a rehashed sci fi story involving flying hammer enforcers Little subterfuge or deeper meaning here, just another straight out sci fi action yawnfest of a sturdy individual fighting an oppressed society.I was relieved to read in a book of interviews with Philip K Dick I was reading concurrently as I read his books as a sort of audio commentary to them [...]

    11. According to Philip K Dick authority Lawrence Sutin, in his well researched biography Divine Invasions, by 1959, although Dick had already had some 85 short stories as well as half a dozen novels published, his interest in creating sci fi had reached a low point The future Hugo winner was at this point hoping to become of a mainstream author, having by this time already written nine such novels, none of which had been publishedt Still, with bills to pay, a wife his third of an eventual five to [...]

    12. Here s the great sci fi formula of the 60s Humanity builds a big computer to prevent war i.e humans build a computer to protect themselves from themselves Computer makes unauthorized but allowed enhancements to itself Computer decides that humanity s very existence is a threat to humanity and its own circuitry The computer takes steps to eradicate large sections of the human population Climax ensues and story ends in one of three ways The luddites win and computers are totally destroyed or the c [...]

    13. Philip K Dick s Vulcan s Hammer was a good, quick, and entertaining book to read Published in 1960, it envisions a world run by the Vulcan III, a Skynet type computer that oversees all of the world, its governments, and citizens There were two previous iterations of Vulcan I and II Only the Unity Managing Director, Jason Dill, has access to this computer Early in the book, a regional director named William Barris becomes suspicious of some things, particularly as there is a populist uprising amo [...]

    14. You detest me because I put my faith in a machine My God, every time you read a gauge or a dial or a meter aren t you putting your faith in a machine After an atomic war, the nations of the world come together under a paranoid technocracy run by the Unity organization, where all major decisions have been abdicated to an impartial, unemotional super computer called Vulcan 3.For something like fifty years further war has been avoided, but not everyone s happy The little valued working classes have [...]

    15. Philip K Dick, bu kez felsefi y n nden ok politik y n a r basan ve yine ince ele tiriler dahil pek ok ey bar nd ran Vulcan n ekici yle kar m zda Kitap lkemizde 1998 y l nda Metis Bilimkurgu dizisi kapsam nda yay mland Bilimkurgunun nde gelen isimlerinden iyi eserlerin yay mland bu serideki di er pek ok kitap gibi tekrar bas lma ans bulamad ve uzun y llard r raflarda yok S k bir PKD takip isiyseniz sahaflarda zor da olsa bulma imkan n z var tabi Yazar n daha iyi kitaplar n okumakla birlikte ben V [...]

    16. Not a lot to say about this novel Easy to read, easy to follow, easy to digest Likable main character that isn t all that deep but nonetheless you want to see where he s going next No real twist, unfortunately I can t say whether this novel would be fun to read back when it was written or nowadays It s intriguing now because it s funny to see what people thought the future was going to look like, what their fears about the future were, and how much their future still looked like their current d [...]

    17. From my understanding based on the Bibliography this was written in 1953 and was PKD s first scifi novel It is a good story about a future when a computer rules the world I don t know if this was a common story type but it predates Asimov s first Multivac story by two years And that the Vulcan 3 AI in this story becomes sentient, makes it predate Heinlein s The Moon is a Harsh Mistress by thirteen years.It is a competently written 50 s yarn by a young man who was just getting started in a career [...]

    18. Not one of his enjoyable ones for me, but it was still entertaining My main problem with it was the characters were going into the situation with one train of thought and halfway through, without any evidence they had the solution that is completely opposite from what they went in the meeting with and without any new input It made it choppy for me Otherwise, it was a good sci fi dystopia novel.

    19. There are no words to describe the genius of PKD I am once again, stunned I laughed, I cried My mind was blown WIDE open, like it is every single time I read his work.This book was written in 1960 and it is 100% relevant today He has again peeled back the veil of Maya expertly, so we dummies may be enlightened and astounded Thank you, Phil.

    20. I LOVED this book, it dives into my favourite theme that being the relationship between humans and machines and exploits it so perfectly well The characters are absolutely amazing, they look and feel real, even though they may behave in a somehow stereotypical way sometimes.

    21. Very early PKD and it shows Some of his recurring themes would begin to show here, but they are not fully matured Very pulpy, and overall not his greatest work.

    22. 3.5 stars from Sandy, read the full review at FANTASY LITERATUREDisclaimer just so you know, some of the books we review are received free from publishersAccording to Philip K Dick authority Lawrence Sutin, in his well researched biography Divine Invasions, by 1959, although Dick had already had some 85 short stories as well as half a dozen novels published, his interest in creating sci fi had reached a low point The future Hugo winner was at this point hoping to become of a mainstream author, [...]

    23. Vulcan s Hammer is another eerily prescient story from Philip K Dick Written in 1960, it tells the story of a world ruled by a totalitarian world government, which is controlled by a near omniscient super computer AI,Vulcan 3 After nearly obliterating mankind in war, humans ceded ultimate control of government to a computer, thinking it would be immune to the petty emotions which lead to conflict.In this world, William Barris, a middle manager of the government starts to find out that the utopia [...]

    24. This book is from an early portion of Phil s writing career 1960 and so lacks the style we later come to associate with him, but it does reflect a theme that appears in novel after novel, that of the faceless authoritarian, the nearly omnipotent autocrat that controls people lives through force It is a very pulpish, action oriented tale with an admirable attempt at storytelling on an epic scale The attempt falls just short, however, because the epic nature is conveyed only through visual effects [...]

    25. Not one of the deeper or inventive novels by Dick, still a very pleasant read, with Dick s unique brand of paranoia against machines both self providing behemoths and lethal, slithering micromachines , paranoia between men in power, loathing of Fifties conformist Philistines and corporate warriors , rebellious cultists.Not very clear the role of Marion Fields, the child of the rebel leader, nor the rationale of the killing of the teacher, but this may be due to cuts in Italian edition.

    26. Vulcano 3 un romanzo che tratta una delle tematiche pi care a Dick il rapporto fra uomo e macchina.Fino a che punto giusto affidarsi ad una macchina Non si rischia di perdere la propria umanit Quella soggettivit che l uomo cerca di ca di eliminare, veramente il male Recensione completa sul mio blog capitolonero 2017

    27. Along with Robert Silverberg, PKD writes Sci fi like no one else I have yet to read anything from PKD that I didn t love and Vulcan s Hammer continues that streak Just like so many of his books this one is about humans and their struggles with fear and paranoia than it is about Science fiction.

    28. Good paranoiac funMy year of Dick continues with this wild version of the 1960s sf trope of the all powerful computer overlord that started out as a tool to help humans govern without bias Lots of twists along the usual phildickian lines of paranoia, rampant militarism, and criss crossing loyalties Very fun but not as deep as I like from PKD.

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