- Charlie Chaplin's Film "Modern Times" – Thesis Statements
- E.T.A. Hoffmann: "The Sandman" (Speculation)
- ETA Hoffmann's "The Sandman" – Thesis Statements
- How artificial are we already?
- Is Frankenstein's monster human?
- Papers on Büchner's "Leonce and Lena" (first version)
- Papers on Kleist's "Ordeal by Fire"
- Papers on Stem Cell Research and Cloning
- Revised papers on Büchner's "Leonce and Lena"
- Thank you! Vanderbilt University Center for Intelligent Mechatronics
- Thank you, Dr. Lawrence: Talk on Stem Cells
- The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari: hook sentences
- The Ideal Body
- What is "human?"
Category Archives: Thank you! Vanderbilt University Center for Intelligent Mechatronics
Thank you for the amazing presentation. It amazes me how advanced the prostheses are and how much they can do for the person. The subject hits very close to home for me because my grandfather has been fully paralyzed for … Continue reading
Dear Dr. Goldfarb, We are writing to you on our blog, “Almost Human,” to thank you for your inspiring visit to our class. You will find ten student notes to you (at last count) on the blog and also as … Continue reading
Thank you so much for coming to our class to talk to us! Your presentation was particularly interesting for me since throughout my senior year in high school, I worked with mechatronics to build a brain computer interface. This particular … Continue reading
Thank you Dr. Goldfarb for taking the time to visit our class and speak about your research. It is amazing to see how far this technology has progressed. It was particularly surprising to see how “self-aware” prosthetics like the robotic … Continue reading
Dear Dr. Goldfarb, Thanks for coming and speaking to us about mechatronics. I really appreciate you answering my question on sensory output and whether or not we’ll ever be able to perceive touch and temperature through robotics. I hope that … Continue reading
Thank you, Dr. Goldfarb, for visiting our class and allowing us to satisfy curiosity on the subject of intelligent mechatronics. We have been discussing thoroughly the limitations of humanity, but often from a philosophical or psychological angle. It was fascinating … Continue reading