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Parasitic Storytelling

Parasitic Storytelling

The rise of parasitic “woke” storytelling is something many have noticed in movie franchises like Star Wars and several others. We examine the process of inversion and look at possible solutions hidden within that process.

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Jonah and the Upside-Down World.

Jonah and the Upside-Down World.

The Story of Jonah is a comedy in which the fall of Man is played back in reverse. It exemplifies the “flips” and inversions which happen at the edge and can help us understand the resurrection as well as the end of the World.

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The Meaning of Prince Ivan and The Gray Wolf

The Meaning of Prince Ivan and The Gray Wolf

Prince Ivan and The Grey Wolf is one of the most famous Russian fairy tales. In the wake of the new podcast “In a Certain Kingdom” by Nicholas Kotar, where he will tell and discuss these Russian tales, I interpret the Prinve Ivan story in detail, looking at how it maps unto the pattern of reality.

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Jesus vs Barrabas

Jesus vs Barrabas

In the Gospel, we are presented with a choice between Jesus and Barrabas. This relationship is emphasized by the text itself, but it also acts as a fail-safe in the Christian story to avoid certain excesses.

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Postmodernism is a Virus

Postmodernism is a Virus

We look at how postmodern theory informs its activism by explicitly using the pattern of the virus and disease to describe their activities. Jacques Derrida himself said: “All I have done is dominated by the thought of a virus, what could be called a parasitology, a virology”. This pattern of virology butts up in an extreme way against WWII propaganda and the narrative surrounding the current pandemic.

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