Posts Tagged ‘ Psycho-Pass ’

Anime Philosophy: The Morality Question

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Since I haven’t been posting regularly on the blog as of late and don’t feel quite up to catching up to all of my reviews right away since there’s a pretty huge pile of series I’ve completed in the past half a year (more than that probably), I decided I might as well go ahead and try something new.  So basically, every once in a while (ideally it’d be once a month, but I’ll have to see) I’ll make a post about different aspects of anime, be it the themes, community, presentation, or perhaps something else that catches my interest.  I figure this could explain more of how I think as well as what I personally value in anime and I hope that I can bring up some interesting discussion topics.  I decided to start with an element that I find very valuable and one that certainly piques my interest: the issue of morality. Continue reading

Psycho-Pass Review: Ambiguous Morality and a Twisted Society

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Yesterday I finished watching through Psycho-Pass.  Psycho-Pass was an interesting watch that is quite different from most of the series I’ve already seen.  It’s far from perfect, but it was nonetheless very worthwhile and presented some interesting themes and ideas for the viewer to think about. Continue reading