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Opinions in Movies - by Seung Bum Kim (for Foxnews and other media)

Von: Deadspeak2 (kims072@hawaii.rr.com) [Profil]
Datum: 02.06.2010 07:46
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Newsgroup: alt.movies alt.fiction.interactive
When P is true A must be true and lead in logic to x as antithesis
where if P is true then x must be False through A. In movies, just as
Dostoevsky's characters do analysis of the story within the story, the
thesis and antithesis being empty sets produces opinionated account of
the movie as its own critic in theme. Where both are valid arguments
not propositionally true. It gives the option to choose the thesis
that they favor. But in propositional truth there must be a wall made
of stone in order for the thesis to be propositionally true. As such
directors make arguments they believe in rather than winning by
challenging their arguments to prove that P is false since A is
correctly disproven by S. A movie in order to use objective filming
must produce thesis and antithesis just to draw a synthesis instead of
opinions which are independent points of view.

Opinions in Movies - by Seung Bum Kim

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