Stephen Hicks: Nietzsche Perfectly Forecasts the Postmodernist Left

The recent postmodern deconstruction and subversion of the Star Wars franchise on the big screen (in the Last Jedi) is an example of this pattern, and when watching the last two movies in the series, it all makes sense in context of them shitting on the original heroes to make them look bad, and to wish psychological distress on those who loved their hero’s legacy.   Read more »

The Postmodern Deconstruction of the Star Wars Universe

In the original Star Wars trilogy, the light side of the Force puts forth a process oriented vision of peace, while the dark side puts forth an “ends justifies the means” vision of peace. However, in the new movie “The Last Jedi”, both the light and dark sides are conveying the same message to the audience, “be in the moment, and destroy the past” as their vision of peace, as […] Read more »