Her surname is sometimes erroneously given as Porter. Immanuel Kant believed that his paternal grandfather Hans Kant was of Scottish origin. Baptized 'Emanuel', he later changed his name to 'Immanuel'  after learning Hebrew.
Create New "The tools of conquest do not necessarily come with bombs and explosions and fallout. There are weapons that are simply thoughts, attitudes, prejudices to be found only in the minds of men. Prejudices can kill, and suspicion can destroy, and a thoughtless, frightened search for a scapegoat has a fallout all its own—for the children, and the children yet unborn And the pity of it is that these things cannot be confined to The Twilight Zone.
Some moral values just don't travel well. The attitudes of the society have changed, or the issue they addressed has become obsolete. But others—like good wine—only get better with age.
Years after the original author and audience have passed, new generations will still look at the given Aesop and say "Damn right. Maybe many of society's questions are just Older Than They Think. Maybe they just got lucky. These are the principles that stand the test of time and have outlived the original moral issue they were meant to address a hundred times over.
Even when a work is non-ideological, it can still resonate due to tapping into a style or gimmick that would not become popular for many years. Art historians have pointed out, for example, that paintings in the nonrepresentational or abstract style were created in the 16th century by Italian painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo—a full years before expressionism became fashionable in Western art.
Keep in mind that this is somewhat a subjective trope, as what resonates as an accurate observation for a conservative may not be the same as a liberal, for a woman may not be the same as for a man, for a devoutly religious person may not be the same as an atheist, for a citizen of one country not the same as a citizen of another, and so on.
The best advice as always applicable when one deals with the internet is to keep an open mind. Likewise, do not assume that merely because it is old that it is accurate.
But while this somewhat subjective, there is a key guideline that should be borne in mind when considering examples. The key element of this trope is that the value or values presented or portrayed in the example resonate with an audience culturally removed from the originally intended or expected audience.
It is not resonance when the values in a work are significant or meaningful to the audience for which the work was originally made; a thing does not resonate with itself. That usually requires that the work be from an earlier time or from a different culture than the audience with whom the work is resonating.
There is some flexibility here for certain media or works where the intended audience moves on after only a few yearsbut even that flexibility is limited, since, just because the audience has moved on, it does not follow that the work is now being consumed by a fundamentally separate culture.
Compare and contrast with Fair for Its Daywhere the morals the work presents are kind of squicky, but compared to other opinions from its age, very forward thinking.
Contrast Unintentional Period Piecewhere the setting and narrative fluff of the work ties it to a single time period though note that it can still overlap with this if the themes are louder than its cultural trappings.
Also compare Politically Correct Historywhich is when modern sentiments are presented in-universe to purposely elicit the same effect.
And although a significant number of elements of the plot can still be regarded now as unintentionally transphobic or Dead Horse Trope especially Bury Your Gaysit is still quite a friendly and up-to-date story, while even now most transgender people are portrayed in the anime either as perverts or as flat comedic characters.
People complain that Sailor Moon is outdated and all, having been created in the very early nineties, but it has several concepts that are timeless: There was a lesbian pairing portrayed in a sympathetic light Haruka and Michiruand the villainous gay couple from the anime loved each other deeply despite their alignment Zoicite and Kunzite.
The girls themselves had all kinds of different personalities and were still friends in spite of how different they were. On a related note, all of the Sailor Senshi's individual personality traits often bust up stereotypes as well.
For instance, the character who states her dream is to "be a bride" in the manga, Makoto, is also a black belt in judo and one of the physically and mentally strongest characters in the Sailor Moon universe. Not to mention Michiru, the Yamato Nadeshiko Elegant Classical Musicianis all but stated to actually be the one with the reins in her and Haruka's relationship.
Mamoru helped them, but he also needed help and protection from Usagi and the girls. In fact, he needed more rescue than Usagi herself! And while he sometimes worried a lot about Usagi's safety to Idiot Ball levels in Rhe didn't do it out of manly pride but out of sincere concern.
The manga in particular emphasizes that Usagi is a sexual person and has had sex with her boyfriend Mamoru to the point of being shown lying naked in bed with him on several occasions, but she's never portrayed as dirty for this or that it somehow disqualifies her from being both the hero and the epitome of Incorruptible Pure Purenesswith her sexuality simply being a part of the larger picture of who she is.
She's also shown to be absolutely head over heels in love with several girls including Rei, who gives her literal heart eyes when they first meet but again, it's simply a part of who she is.
In Sailor Moon 's prequel manga Codename: Sailor Vone chapter has an obsessive Otaku who keeps harassing Minako because he simply can't deal with the fact that she beat his high score in a video game even going so far as to assume that she must be a guy in dragnot to mention his whole spiel about how girls shouldn't be "invading" arcades.
When his harassment goes too far, Minako as Sailor V proceeds to knock him out. The manga started inbut this particular chapter is still pretty relevant today, especially with the surge in harassment of female gamers and fans for being "fake geek girls".
Romeo's Blue Skies is an anime about a boy who sells himself to become a chimney sweep and in the process, finds many good friends who help him whenever he has trouble. This show is NOT subtle in its message that The Power of Friendship is awesome and how it conveys this with the two main characters, Romeo and Alfredo.
Considering how nowadays modern day boys get persecuted by showing even the tiniest bit of friendship-like whether romantic or not affection for other boys just because others say it's gay, this message gets more and more relevant every year. In Sorcerer Stabber Orphenthe deal with Stephanie being a transgender person is not handled for cheap and offensive laughs.A character is presented two alternatives, A and B.
If the character chooses A, then something bad happens. If they choose B, a similar or identical bad thing happens — but for a different reason. A Group of Diseases Charactereized by Uncontrolled Growth - Cancer is an incredibly life changing disease.
For those who develop cancer, overcoming it is one of the most arduous battles that they will ever have to face. Moderation / Criticism / Exposition / Exposés David Aaronovitch.
Catholics try, rather unconvincingly, to show how conferring sainthood is different in principle to the pagan apotheosis (the process that made Claudius, for instance, into a God), but the distinction doesn't quite wash. . GROUP MINDS–Doris Lessing The flattering picture we paint of ourselves as individuals leaves most of us “helpless against all kinds of pressures to conform.” OPINIONS AND SOCIAL PRESSURE–Solomon E.
Asch. Essay Topic: How does Lessing propose that we guard against the influences of our "group minds"? What do you think of her proposal? What do you think of her proposal? To make your essay convincing, you should discuss specific examples drawn from your own experience, your observation of others, or any of your reading -- including, of course.
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