Victim of the Brain
Victim of the Brain is a 1988 film by Dutch director Piet Hoenderdos, loosely based on The Mind's I (1981), a compilation of texts and stories on the philosophy of mind and self, co-edited by Douglas Hofstadter and Daniel C. Dennett. The film weaves interviews with Hofstadter with adaptations of several works in the book: Dennett's Where am I?, The Soul of the Mark III Beast by Terrel Miedaner, and also the short story The Seventh Sally: How Trurl's Own Perfection Led to No Good from The Cyberiad by Stanisław Lem. The film was shown several times on television in the Netherlands in the late 1980s.
|Victim of the Brain|
|Directed by||Piet Hoenderdos|
|Produced by||Kees Kasander|
|Written by||Daniel Dennett (story)|
Stanislaw Lem (story)
Terrel Miedaner (story)
|Edited by||Wim Louwrier|
- Brain in a vat, the topic of the story Where am I?
- Philosophy of artificial intelligence#Can a machine have a soul?, ideas related to The Soul of the Mark III Beast
- Matrix reality, a popular term for concepts in the story How Trurl's Own Perfection Led to No Good