The Ultimate South Park and Philosophy : Respect My Philosophah!.

By: Arp, RobertContributor(s): Decker, Kevin S | Irwin, WilliamSeries: The Blackwell Philosophy and Pop Culture SerPublisher: New York : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2013Copyright date: ©2013Edition: 2nd edDescription: 1 online resource (286 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118389928Subject(s): PHILOSOPHY / GeneralGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Ultimate South Park and Philosophy : Respect My Philosophah!DDC classification: 791.4572 LOC classification: PN1992.77.S665.U485Online resources: Click to View
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Intro -- The Ultimate South Park and Philosophy: Respect My Philosophah! -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction: "Well, I'm Afraid It's About to Happen Again" Introducing The Ultimate South Park and Philosophy -- Note -- Part I Doing Philosophical Things with South Park -- 1 Flatulence and Philosophy: A Lot of Hot Air, or the Corruption of Youth? -- Oh my God! They Killed Socrates! You Bastards! -- Cartman Gets a Banal Probe -- Friendship Kicks Ass! The Dialogues of Kyle and Stan -- An Apology for South Park: Getting in Touch with Your Inner Cartman -- The Talking Cure for Our Culture -- Notes -- 2 You Know, I Learned Something Today: Stan Marsh and the Ethics of Belief -- Belief and Evidence -- Faith, Self-Interest, and Evidence -- What's the Harm, Dude? -- Inquiry, Hard Work, and Progress -- Notes -- 3 "Imaginationland," Terrorism, and the Difference Between Real and Imaginary -- Critical Thinking and Theory -- Unimaginative Leadership? -- Just Because They're Imaginary Doesn't Mean They're Not Real -- Only You Can Help Us Win This Battle -- Notes -- 4 Dude, Listen to Reason!: Logic Lessons Inside and Outside South Park -- If You Do Drugs, Then You're a Hippie -- Deductions and Inductions -- The Good, the Bad, and … Well, That's It Really -- "If Chewbacca Lives on Endor, You Must Acquit" -- Slippery Slopes -- The Defense Rests -- Note -- Part II South Park and …Religion -- 5 Science, Religion, South Park, and God -- Hail Science! Hail Science! -- Being Too Soft? -- Ha, Ha, Ha. You Believe in a Supernatural Being -- Maybe Just Believing in God Makes God Exist -- Oh My Science! -- Getting Rid of All of the Isms -- Notes -- 6 "Your Magic Is No Match for Our Powers Combined!" Religious Pluralism and the Search for Truth -- Let's Meet the Super Best Friends -- Pick Any Religion, and Picture It in Your Mind -- Go God Go -- 2+2=5.
"David Blaine Will Now Eat His Own Head" -- You Gotta Have Faith -- Waiting for God (Oh!) -- Notes -- 7 Cartmanland and the Problem of Evil -- "And That's It?" The Story of Job -- The Sweet Milk of Our Tears -- "You Are Up There!" -- Free Hat, Free Willzyx, Free Will -- "Are You There God? It's Me, Jesus" -- "Go God Go" -- Notes -- Part III South Park Versus … Religion -- 8 "Respect My Religiositah!": South Park and Blasphemy -- Don't Make Fun of My Faith! -- Suck My Balls: Is Nothing Sacred? -- Can't We All Just Get Along? -- Comedy Central Caves In -- 200-201: The Cartoon Wars Escalate and Guess Who Caves Again? -- Is South Park Responsible for the Decline of Western Civilization? -- Notes -- 9 Mary's Menses and Morality: Blasphemy in South Park -- What in God's Name Is Blasphemy? -- Do You Care at All About People's Feelings? A Utilitarian Perspective -- South Park Has the Potential to Make People Think -- You Have to Hit Them With a Sledgehammer -- Just Pissing People Off -- Notes -- 10 South Park, The Book of Mormon, and How Religious Fundamentalists Always Find a Way to Be Naive and Arrogant at the Same Time -- A Mormon Just Believes -- You're Making Things Up Again -- Boys Should Be With Girls, That's Heavenly Father's Plan -- God Has a Plan for All of Us (That Plan Involves Me Getting My Own Planet) -- I Am a Latter-Day Saint! -- Notes -- Part IV Respecting My Authoritah! in South Park -- 11 Juvenile Hijinks With Serious Subtext: Dissent and Democracy in South Park -- Karl Popper, the Open Society, and Its Enemies -- South Park and the "Enemies" -- Not Tolerating a Tolerance for Intolerance -- Thomas Jefferson and the Foundations of Modern Democracy -- Notes -- 12 Of Marx and Mantequilla: Labor and Immigration in "The Last of the Meheecans" -- Work, Proletariat Work -- Of Jobs and Meheecans.
Window… Wiiiiiiindow: The (Mis)uses of Meheecan Labor Power -- Marx, Race, and Nation -- All You Have to Lose Is Your Encadenamientos -- Notes -- 13 "Vote or Die, Bitch": Does Every Vote Count in a Two-Party System? -- Enfranchised? So What! -- Going to (Electoral) College -- Liberty or Death? -- Vote for Me, and Only for Me -- You Wanna (Third) Party? -- Stability in a Political Storm -- Notes -- 14 Socioeconomic Darwinism from a South Park Perspective -- Class Warfare Over the One-Percent Fat Fucking Pigs -- Zombie See, Zombie Do Among the Economic Undead -- Corporate CEOs as Underpants Gnomes -- Moral in a Nutshell -- Notes -- Part V Liber-arianism in South Park -- 15 Cartman Shrugged: South Park and Libertarian Philosophy -- High Philosophy and Low Comedy -- Speaking the Unspeakable -- A Plague on Both Your Houses -- Defending the Undefendable -- The Town of South Park versus Harbucks -- The Great Gnome Mystery Solved -- The Wal-Mart Monster -- Notes -- 16 Sitting Downtown at Kentucky Fried Chicken: One Toke Over the Line -- Libertarianism and Legislating Lifestyles -- In Harm's Way? -- Drugs Are Bad, M'Kay -- Mary Jane, M.D. -- I'll Make Sure You're Hooked Up for Life -- Fuck You, You Intersubjective Fuck! -- "I Just Want You to Look at Me When We Make Love, and Not Just at My Balls." -- Douchebag Prisoners' Dilemma -- "Sharon, You Got a Scrotum Coat? Lucky!" -- Notes -- 17 Cat Urine, Medicinal Fried Chicken, and Smoking: South Park's Anti-Paternalistic Libertarianism -- Self-Ownership and Paternalism -- Consequentialist Reasons to Avoid Paternalism -- Deontological Reasons to Avoid Paternalism -- The Final Say As to How to Run One's Life -- Notes -- Part VI There's a Time and a Place for Everything, Children -- 18 You (Still) Can't Get Married, You're Faggots: Mrs. Garrison and the Gay Marriage Debate.
My God, Nature, and the Dictionary Say "No!" -- You Think Kids Can Be Raised by Queers? -- They're Going to Allow Queers and Homos to Get Married, Huh? -- Teacher, Our Egg Is Fine−Gays Can Get Married -- Being "Butt Buddies" Isn't the Same as Being Married -- Notes -- 19 Cute and Cuddly Animals versus Yummy Animals -- All Animals Are Created Equal … Not Really! (and the Japanese Hate Whales and Dolphins) -- Tortured Baby Cows and Vaginitus -- Kids versus Adults and Cuddly Animals versus Yummy Animals -- The Line Goes Here, Not There! -- Don't Worry, You Probably Won't Turn into a Giant Pussy -- Fun with Animals and Crazy Animal Rights Activists -- Notes -- 20 Aesthetic Value, Ethos, and Phil Collins: The Power Of Music In South Park -- "Maybe I Can Put It Best in the Words of a Timeless Song" -- Diegesis in South Park -- Musical Spraying -- Music to Move Plato's Soul -- Phil Collins and Aesthetic Value -- Schopenhauer and "Death" -- The Only Way It Works Is Through Music -- Notes -- Contributors -- Index.
Summary: Enlightenment from the South Park gang faster than you can say, "Screw you guys, I'm going home"! The Ultimate South Park and Philosophy: Respect My Philosophah! presents a compilation of serious philosophical reflections on the twisted insights voiced by characters in TV's most irreverent animated series. Offers readers a philosophically smart and candid approach to one of television's most subversive and controversial shows as it enters its 17th season Draws sharp parallels between the irreverent nature of South Park and the inquiring and skeptical approach of Western philosophy Journeys deep beyond the surface of the show's scatological humor to address the perennial questions raised in South Park and the contemporary social and political issues that inspire each episode Utilizes familiar characters and episodes to illustrate such philosophical topics as moral relativism, freedom of expression, gay marriage, blasphemy, democracy, feminism, animal ethics, existential questions, and much more It's a Bigger, Longer & Uncut version of the highly acclaimed South Park and Philosophy: You Know, I Learned Something Today-and is guaranteed to be much funnier than killing Kenny.
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Intro -- The Ultimate South Park and Philosophy: Respect My Philosophah! -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction: "Well, I'm Afraid It's About to Happen Again" Introducing The Ultimate South Park and Philosophy -- Note -- Part I Doing Philosophical Things with South Park -- 1 Flatulence and Philosophy: A Lot of Hot Air, or the Corruption of Youth? -- Oh my God! They Killed Socrates! You Bastards! -- Cartman Gets a Banal Probe -- Friendship Kicks Ass! The Dialogues of Kyle and Stan -- An Apology for South Park: Getting in Touch with Your Inner Cartman -- The Talking Cure for Our Culture -- Notes -- 2 You Know, I Learned Something Today: Stan Marsh and the Ethics of Belief -- Belief and Evidence -- Faith, Self-Interest, and Evidence -- What's the Harm, Dude? -- Inquiry, Hard Work, and Progress -- Notes -- 3 "Imaginationland," Terrorism, and the Difference Between Real and Imaginary -- Critical Thinking and Theory -- Unimaginative Leadership? -- Just Because They're Imaginary Doesn't Mean They're Not Real -- Only You Can Help Us Win This Battle -- Notes -- 4 Dude, Listen to Reason!: Logic Lessons Inside and Outside South Park -- If You Do Drugs, Then You're a Hippie -- Deductions and Inductions -- The Good, the Bad, and … Well, That's It Really -- "If Chewbacca Lives on Endor, You Must Acquit" -- Slippery Slopes -- The Defense Rests -- Note -- Part II South Park and …Religion -- 5 Science, Religion, South Park, and God -- Hail Science! Hail Science! -- Being Too Soft? -- Ha, Ha, Ha. You Believe in a Supernatural Being -- Maybe Just Believing in God Makes God Exist -- Oh My Science! -- Getting Rid of All of the Isms -- Notes -- 6 "Your Magic Is No Match for Our Powers Combined!" Religious Pluralism and the Search for Truth -- Let's Meet the Super Best Friends -- Pick Any Religion, and Picture It in Your Mind -- Go God Go -- 2+2=5.

"David Blaine Will Now Eat His Own Head" -- You Gotta Have Faith -- Waiting for God (Oh!) -- Notes -- 7 Cartmanland and the Problem of Evil -- "And That's It?" The Story of Job -- The Sweet Milk of Our Tears -- "You Are Up There!" -- Free Hat, Free Willzyx, Free Will -- "Are You There God? It's Me, Jesus" -- "Go God Go" -- Notes -- Part III South Park Versus … Religion -- 8 "Respect My Religiositah!": South Park and Blasphemy -- Don't Make Fun of My Faith! -- Suck My Balls: Is Nothing Sacred? -- Can't We All Just Get Along? -- Comedy Central Caves In -- 200-201: The Cartoon Wars Escalate and Guess Who Caves Again? -- Is South Park Responsible for the Decline of Western Civilization? -- Notes -- 9 Mary's Menses and Morality: Blasphemy in South Park -- What in God's Name Is Blasphemy? -- Do You Care at All About People's Feelings? A Utilitarian Perspective -- South Park Has the Potential to Make People Think -- You Have to Hit Them With a Sledgehammer -- Just Pissing People Off -- Notes -- 10 South Park, The Book of Mormon, and How Religious Fundamentalists Always Find a Way to Be Naive and Arrogant at the Same Time -- A Mormon Just Believes -- You're Making Things Up Again -- Boys Should Be With Girls, That's Heavenly Father's Plan -- God Has a Plan for All of Us (That Plan Involves Me Getting My Own Planet) -- I Am a Latter-Day Saint! -- Notes -- Part IV Respecting My Authoritah! in South Park -- 11 Juvenile Hijinks With Serious Subtext: Dissent and Democracy in South Park -- Karl Popper, the Open Society, and Its Enemies -- South Park and the "Enemies" -- Not Tolerating a Tolerance for Intolerance -- Thomas Jefferson and the Foundations of Modern Democracy -- Notes -- 12 Of Marx and Mantequilla: Labor and Immigration in "The Last of the Meheecans" -- Work, Proletariat Work -- Of Jobs and Meheecans.

Window… Wiiiiiiindow: The (Mis)uses of Meheecan Labor Power -- Marx, Race, and Nation -- All You Have to Lose Is Your Encadenamientos -- Notes -- 13 "Vote or Die, Bitch": Does Every Vote Count in a Two-Party System? -- Enfranchised? So What! -- Going to (Electoral) College -- Liberty or Death? -- Vote for Me, and Only for Me -- You Wanna (Third) Party? -- Stability in a Political Storm -- Notes -- 14 Socioeconomic Darwinism from a South Park Perspective -- Class Warfare Over the One-Percent Fat Fucking Pigs -- Zombie See, Zombie Do Among the Economic Undead -- Corporate CEOs as Underpants Gnomes -- Moral in a Nutshell -- Notes -- Part V Liber-arianism in South Park -- 15 Cartman Shrugged: South Park and Libertarian Philosophy -- High Philosophy and Low Comedy -- Speaking the Unspeakable -- A Plague on Both Your Houses -- Defending the Undefendable -- The Town of South Park versus Harbucks -- The Great Gnome Mystery Solved -- The Wal-Mart Monster -- Notes -- 16 Sitting Downtown at Kentucky Fried Chicken: One Toke Over the Line -- Libertarianism and Legislating Lifestyles -- In Harm's Way? -- Drugs Are Bad, M'Kay -- Mary Jane, M.D. -- I'll Make Sure You're Hooked Up for Life -- Fuck You, You Intersubjective Fuck! -- "I Just Want You to Look at Me When We Make Love, and Not Just at My Balls." -- Douchebag Prisoners' Dilemma -- "Sharon, You Got a Scrotum Coat? Lucky!" -- Notes -- 17 Cat Urine, Medicinal Fried Chicken, and Smoking: South Park's Anti-Paternalistic Libertarianism -- Self-Ownership and Paternalism -- Consequentialist Reasons to Avoid Paternalism -- Deontological Reasons to Avoid Paternalism -- The Final Say As to How to Run One's Life -- Notes -- Part VI There's a Time and a Place for Everything, Children -- 18 You (Still) Can't Get Married, You're Faggots: Mrs. Garrison and the Gay Marriage Debate.

My God, Nature, and the Dictionary Say "No!" -- You Think Kids Can Be Raised by Queers? -- They're Going to Allow Queers and Homos to Get Married, Huh? -- Teacher, Our Egg Is Fine−Gays Can Get Married -- Being "Butt Buddies" Isn't the Same as Being Married -- Notes -- 19 Cute and Cuddly Animals versus Yummy Animals -- All Animals Are Created Equal … Not Really! (and the Japanese Hate Whales and Dolphins) -- Tortured Baby Cows and Vaginitus -- Kids versus Adults and Cuddly Animals versus Yummy Animals -- The Line Goes Here, Not There! -- Don't Worry, You Probably Won't Turn into a Giant Pussy -- Fun with Animals and Crazy Animal Rights Activists -- Notes -- 20 Aesthetic Value, Ethos, and Phil Collins: The Power Of Music In South Park -- "Maybe I Can Put It Best in the Words of a Timeless Song" -- Diegesis in South Park -- Musical Spraying -- Music to Move Plato's Soul -- Phil Collins and Aesthetic Value -- Schopenhauer and "Death" -- The Only Way It Works Is Through Music -- Notes -- Contributors -- Index.

Enlightenment from the South Park gang faster than you can say, "Screw you guys, I'm going home"! The Ultimate South Park and Philosophy: Respect My Philosophah! presents a compilation of serious philosophical reflections on the twisted insights voiced by characters in TV's most irreverent animated series. Offers readers a philosophically smart and candid approach to one of television's most subversive and controversial shows as it enters its 17th season Draws sharp parallels between the irreverent nature of South Park and the inquiring and skeptical approach of Western philosophy Journeys deep beyond the surface of the show's scatological humor to address the perennial questions raised in South Park and the contemporary social and political issues that inspire each episode Utilizes familiar characters and episodes to illustrate such philosophical topics as moral relativism, freedom of expression, gay marriage, blasphemy, democracy, feminism, animal ethics, existential questions, and much more It's a Bigger, Longer & Uncut version of the highly acclaimed South Park and Philosophy: You Know, I Learned Something Today-and is guaranteed to be much funnier than killing Kenny.

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