Dabbling with Death: Philosophy in Flatliners

✍Halloween Philosophy 👻🎃💀Post 1 The film raises the concept of ‘unfinished business’ and how a guilty conscience can manifest into hallucinations; tormenting a person until a moral situation is remedied. We’ve all pondered for at least one moment of our lives, what will happen when it ends. Some say there is nothing, others say thereContinue reading “Dabbling with Death: Philosophy in Flatliners”

Who Cares? A Non-Whovian’s Commentary on the Upcoming Female Doctor Who

In our somewhat progressive society, people are applauding the show’s latest ‘feminist agenda’ and representation of women’s empowerment through making the lead a female. Others are complaining that the world today is simply striving to be as politically correct and inclusive as possible: altering the show’s principal formula and tradition, in order to gain aContinue reading “Who Cares? A Non-Whovian’s Commentary on the Upcoming Female Doctor Who”

Philosophy in Batman: Doctrines of the Dynamic Duo

Bruce’s parental authority shouldn’t be undermined for his own personal vendettas and vengeance crusades at night. Batman and Robin. Perhaps the most polar opposite partners of any comic book, pop culture or fictional world, the Dynamic Duo of teenage circus ward and adult billionaire orphan are an enthralling combination. One bright, the other bold, BruceContinue reading “Philosophy in Batman: Doctrines of the Dynamic Duo”

We Come in Peace: Philosophy in Arrival

The other day, I rented a DVD entitled, Arrival, an acclaimed alien sci-fi thriller. I now intend to buy it after a riveting series of plot twists and philosophical notions. Keyly, it entails the ideology of time being non-linear and raises thoughts on the crucial nature of communication. Time: Everywhere and Always I’ve previously mentioned theContinue reading “We Come in Peace: Philosophy in Arrival”