(Summary) South Park and Philosophy Bigger Longer and More Penetrating Popular Culture and Philosophy ↠ Richard Hanley


9 thoughts on “South Park and Philosophy Bigger Longer and More Penetrating Popular Culture and Philosophy

  1. says:

    Its a collection of philosophical essays through the use of South Park to originate and create the essay themes This 'collection' is 90% Richard Hanley and the rest being a group of other writers from some of the other Pop C

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    So far this book is serious Philosophy dealing with real uestions but looking at them through the lense of the pop culture phenomon

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    There's only so much I will ever understand about philosophy no matter what TV show is used to illustrate the finer points I don't agree with every philosophical idea that is brought to attention but I don't agree with every interpretation of the episodes that are discussed Hanley who wrote most of the chapters of this book discusses everything from euthanasia affirmative action abortion atheism and every oth

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    terrible I felt like i was reading the thoughts of someone who smokes to much pot and tries to get real deep while they are high This

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    I usually like the and philosophy types of books and I don't really mind reading anyone's arguments but I do mind when the a

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    Can see why god botherers might cringe he uses sought park style language and directness etc if ya cant handle a naughty wor

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    It was good but not as good as some of the other Popular Culture and Philosophy books This one was just as much social comm

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    Awsome

  9. says:

    The first chapter alone will win you over Very smart and hilarious much like the show

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South Park and Philosophy Bigger Longer and More Penetrating Popular Culture and Philosophy

Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s long running Comedy Central hit cartoon South Park has been eually cheered and reviled for its edgy humor poited satire of current events and celebrities and all around obnoxiousness But is there to Kyle the lonely Jew Timmy and the Crips Cartman’s bitchiness Chef’s inappropriate advice and Kenny’s con. So far this book is serious Philosophy dealing with real uestions but looking at them through the lense of the pop culture phenomonon of South Park You can complain that south park is too libertarian or to scatalogical to be taken serious but in reality they touch subjects and topics even the news stays away from and tend to take the middle ground Hanley argues that some times this is a Pussy move right or wrong Philosophers referenced range from Kant Singer and other modern thinkers This would be a good book for those that would like to dabble into philosophy who are daunted by the heaviness of intelectual studies

Summary South Park and Philosophy Bigger Longer and More Penetrating Popular Culture and Philosophy

Ether in Paul Draper’s “Why Good Things Happen to Bad People The Problem of Evil in South Park” or Randall Auxier’s “Finding South Park on the Map Officer Barbrady Mayor McDaniel and Chef in Plato’s Republic” South Park and Philosophy presents new and thoughtful approaches to understanding this surprisingly meaningful show. Awsome

Free download ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ê Richard Hanley

Tinued violent deaths than meets the eye This collection of essays affirms that possibility Individual chapters take a sometimes witty often provocative look at “Is South Park a Libertarian Manifesto That's So Gay and Why Is Cartman Such an Asshole” The writers apply classical philosophical analysis to this two dimensional dystopia wh. terrible I felt like i was reading the thoughts of someone who smokes to much pot and tries to get real deep while they are high This guy is supposed to be a professor of some weight at a prestigious university Instead of giving me uality i felt like i was stuck in the ramblings on an existentialist invalid

  • Paperback
  • 288
  • South Park and Philosophy Bigger Longer and More Penetrating Popular Culture and Philosophy
  • Richard Hanley
  • English
  • 19 August 2017
  • 9780812696134

About the Author: Richard Hanley

Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Delaware