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  1. Public Bookmark 40

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    A resource I compiled (with help - see notes) on the differences between over-arching concepts, characters, and events in CQL and in MDZS.

    (I hope to add resources for the other adaptations in the future).

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    28 Jul 2020

  2. Public Bookmark 14

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    Stevie and David get married on a whim during a time loop. It would really be a shame if the loop ended at that point, wouldn't it?

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    08 Jan 2020

  3. Public Bookmark 76

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    Patrick didn’t want to lose himself in David, he wanted to find himself there.

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    12 Aug 2019

  4. Public Bookmark 26

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    First times are rarely perfect. Except in all the ways that they are.

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    12 Aug 2019

  5. Public Bookmark 53

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    The postmodern, relativist pragmatism of Richard Rorty seems to facilitate a more universally accessible ethics by rejecting top-down ethical mandates and the notion of moral certainty in favor of an adaptable approach founded upon concepts of hope, utility, and restorative efficacy. This claim to accessibility is tested by individuals such as E. S., whose fundamental narcissism should, under more traditional ethical frameworks, preclude the development of a coherent ethics. However, as this case study reveals, E. S.'s adherence to the Rortian paradigm allows her to develop a consistent and functional ethical approach without forcing her to first address her inflated sense of self. The case of E. S. reveals Rortian pragmatism as a tool for introducing ethics to the naturally resistant, and as an argument against the exclusion of narcissistic individuals from ethical dialogues.

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    22 Jun 2019

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