Obviously, Neo is actually enslaved without knowing it when he first encounters Morpheus. For the most part they destroy only appearances; while the people they kill in the Matrix really die in their pods, the life they understood as theirs never ended because it never existed.
Other than the rebels from Zion, no human being is in control of their life. Thus, if an employee has a problem, the company has a problem. The essays in our library are intended to serve as content examples to inspire you as you write your own essay.
Multinational capitalismwhich separates produced goods from the plants, minerals and other original materials and the processes including the people and their cultural context used to create them.
You believe that you are special, and that somehow the rules do not apply to you. Neo, at the end of the second film, risks the lives of virtually the entire human race by refusing to submit to the mechanisms of control, and at this point it's not apparent that he hasn't already risked or sacrificed the lives of every human being in the Matrix.
He opens the book at the halfway point; the opening page of the final chapter, "On Nihilism," lies to the left while the right half is a hollowed out storage area.
The simulacrum is never that which conceals the truth—it is the truth which conceals that there is none.