Solaris : The Consciousness in Outer Space | Renegade Cut
by Renegade Cut
When do we achieve personhood? Are we born with it, is it something given to us by others, or is it the accumulation of memories? In this video essay, Leon Thomas discusses self, memory, consciousness, and philosophy in relation to Andrei Tarkovsky’s 1972 science fiction film, Solaris.
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