Sunday, January 27, 2019

Dialectic in the Film “Ladyhawke” -- ‘The Dialectic of Night and Day’.

Dialectic in the Film Ladyhawke -- The Dialectic of Night and Day.

Dear Readers,

Pasted-in below is an E.D. dialectogram describing The Dialectic of Night and Day in general, and the subtle and specific use of that dialectic presented -- advertently or not -- in a classic but little-known American film of 1985, entitled Ladyhawke.

Apart from the instructive aspect of this film as an instantiation of breakthrough dialectical thinking in discovering a solution to a terrible conundrum, this movie also ends in a way which I, for one, have seldom seen portrayed in American cinema.

It ends with an ecstatic, sustained, and even communal celebration of the triumph of the fallible, errant, but still ethical human -- of human love, human courage, and human decency -- over the parasitism, sadism, and utter viciousness of self-de-humanized [in]human evil.

This is something that the Rocke-Nazi ruling-class ruling-faction hope that you will never, ever know anything about -- and they are flooding the cinema and the television with psychotic drivel with a view to enforcing that unknowingness.

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Miguel Detonacciones,
Member, Foundation Encyclopedia Dialectica [F.E.D.],
Officer, F.E.D. Office of Public Liaison

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