Category: postmodernism

  • Stranger Things – Season 1 Review and Analysis: the 80’s – when everyone knew their societal roles.

    The 80’s… Where the kids of Generation X came of age.  The forgotten younger kids of the baby boomers.  The product of the 60’s free love and the 70’s hangover.   When the nuclear family and patriarchy were still the dominant societal building blocks remaining from the traditions of the 40’s and 50’s but were badly […]

  • Logan Movie – Psychological and Philosophical Review and Discussion.

    Saw Logan last night. Haven’t seen that much blood in a movie since ‘The Passion’. This movie could be used for an online course for butcher school. It has the feel of a horror movie especially in the first act. The music and camera angles are meant to make you anxious and even the fight […]

  • The Christian Roots of Postmodernism

    Review of Explaining postmodernism: Skepticism and Socialism from Rousseau to Foucault by Stephen Hicks My attention was directed to this book by Jordan Peterson but I had first heard about ‘postmodernism’ listening to Ravi Zacharius on YouTube. Although Stephen is not shy letting the reader know what he thinks of postmodernism from his ‘rational’ philosophical […]