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Thomas Hobbes explained

Hobbes, an English philosopher, believes mankind's nature to be solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short as described in his book, The Leviathan.

This is why people adhere to social c...

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The philosophical ethics of Game Of Thrones

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The 'Show, don't tell' rule is especially pertinent when it comes to immoral acts.

Until a book becomes moving pictures, any moral issue with it doesn't seem to reach national press le...

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GoT's similarities with the Leviathan

A Song of Ice and Fire might very well deliberately echo Leviathan. The notion that, without protection from the Iron Throne, the land falls into an every-man-for-himself struggle does ...

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From a purely technical point-of-view, a subtext is good.
From a moral point-of-view, it depends on what that subtext is.

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Advocating a philosophical theory is not something that is going to drastically alter many people's lives.

Your subtext can be as clever or as repulsive as you want, because most people ju...

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