20th Aug '14 11:17:08 AM johnnyfog
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19th May '14 7:44:02 PM CabbitGirlEmi
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I think I'm in the wrong trope...
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23rd Apr '14 12:08:21 PM FantiSci
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Still a Lost Aesop: no matter how you feel about the status of Persocoms, the manga storyline constantly dithered between the messages it wanted to communicate. Freya states that "affection" is only a result of programming, and Hideki explicitly states that Chi's "heart" only exists inside him.
23rd Apr '14 12:26:31 AM CicadaD
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Chobits is not an accurate example of a lost aesop. It still ended on the note that the persocoms, even chobits, are not human and cannot substitute humans. However, it was trying to show the idea that persocoms do in fact have some form of affection for others, and are worthy of affection in their own right. This was further shown by the government persocoms who cared for each other, without human involvment. It is disingenuous to the story to refer to the persocoms as "objects" after these displays.
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