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Do popular movies increasingly resonate with anti-authoritarian messages? How do reviewers at Mises Institute see anarcho-capitalistic ideas running through movies for young audience? Anarcho-Capitalism is an economic thinking closely related to free market economics, Austrian economics, and libertarianism.
- Are popular movies exploring libertarian ideas?
- What are the examples?
- How, according to these reviewers, are the movies anarcho capilistic?
- How are these movies portraying resistance and rebellion against the authoritarian state?
Dishes - Libertarian Undertone? Chops - Jumbled Messages Desserts References and More
The story of Sleeping Beauty always struck me as a libertarian fable. The central plot demonstrates the impotence of government: Aurora is cursed to prick her finger on a spinning wheel, and her royal father issues a decree that all spinning wheels should be burned.
All magic aside, a striking aspect of the Harry Potter books is just how completely normal and bourgeois are all the settings and experiences of the characters, how they live in a world very much like our own and confront all the usual scarcities of time and resources, which is another way of say
We are born into this world believing that success in anything will be met with praise and acclaim. We are not often told the truth that we see in this film: success is more likely to be met by envy, hate, disparagement, put downs, and loathing, sometimes from the most unexpected sources.
[Digg this] The funniest and most truthful line from The Simpsons Movie is delivered by Albert Brooks, playing the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, in response to the charge that he's going mad
This is the best Batman movie yet. Christian Bale, living up to the promise of his performances in American Psycho and Equilibrium, is the best Batman, hands down.
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