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PostSubject: Joker's Philosophy   Sat Aug 09, 2008 7:54 am

If you were able to, what would you summarize as the Joker's philosophical ideas.

Obviously anarchism is one of them and he also has the view that people are co-ordinated by plans and everything is fine as long as it sticks to the plan


any other views you've seen of his?
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PostSubject: Re: Joker's Philosophy   Sat Aug 09, 2008 4:50 pm

I'm philosophy student so this interests me....I think you've hit the nail on the head about his key views...


One of the comics described the Joker as being more sane instead of being insane which has put on an interesting perspective on the whole thing....

Viewing the whole thing about him being super-sane then think about it:
-He has no regard for anything really, he says that Batman can never hurt him with all his strength: ratonally this would be more easier to cope with things as he has nothing to bring him down or hurt him...
-He sees beyond the kindess and morality of society and notices how they are just aligned to what works best for them 'the plan'
-His anarchistic viewpoint is that the only way to live in the world is without rules and so again he has nothing people can use against him and can remain unrestricted

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PostSubject: Re: Joker's Philosophy   Sat Aug 09, 2008 4:52 pm

Nu wrote:
I'm philosophy student so this interests me....I think you've hit the nail on the head about his key views...


One of the comics described the Joker as being more sane instead of being insane which has put on an interesting perspective on the whole thing....

Viewing the whole thing about him being super-sane then think about it:
-He has no regard for anything really, he says that Batman can never hurt him with all his strength: ratonally this would be more easier to cope with things as he has nothing to bring him down or hurt him...
-He sees beyond the kindess and morality of society and notices how they are just aligned to what works best for them 'the plan'
-His anarchistic viewpoint is that the only way to live in the world is without rules and so again he has nothing people can use against him and can remain unrestricted

Whoa, I really hope the Joker isn't actually more sane, that would be a terrifying concept
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PostSubject: Re: Joker's Philosophy   Sun Aug 10, 2008 1:34 pm

Benchmark wrote:
Nu wrote:
I'm philosophy student so this interests me....I think you've hit the nail on the head about his key views...


One of the comics described the Joker as being more sane instead of being insane which has put on an interesting perspective on the whole thing....

Viewing the whole thing about him being super-sane then think about it:
-He has no regard for anything really, he says that Batman can never hurt him with all his strength: ratonally this would be more easier to cope with things as he has nothing to bring him down or hurt him...
-He sees beyond the kindess and morality of society and notices how they are just aligned to what works best for them 'the plan'
-His anarchistic viewpoint is that the only way to live in the world is without rules and so again he has nothing people can use against him and can remain unrestricted

Whoa, I really hope the Joker isn't actually more sane, that would be a terrifying concept

I know but he's got a point

I actually found myself agreeing with a lot of the Joker's ideas in the film, my friend's didn't understand though cyclops
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PostSubject: Re: Joker's Philosophy   Mon Aug 11, 2008 10:42 am

CaptainHammer wrote:
Benchmark wrote:
Nu wrote:
I'm philosophy student so this interests me....I think you've hit the nail on the head about his key views...


One of the comics described the Joker as being more sane instead of being insane which has put on an interesting perspective on the whole thing....

Viewing the whole thing about him being super-sane then think about it:
-He has no regard for anything really, he says that Batman can never hurt him with all his strength: ratonally this would be more easier to cope with things as he has nothing to bring him down or hurt him...
-He sees beyond the kindess and morality of society and notices how they are just aligned to what works best for them 'the plan'
-His anarchistic viewpoint is that the only way to live in the world is without rules and so again he has nothing people can use against him and can remain unrestricted

Whoa, I really hope the Joker isn't actually more sane, that would be a terrifying concept

I know but he's got a point

I actually found myself agreeing with a lot of the Joker's ideas in the film, my friend's didn't understand though cyclops


Similar to me except a lot of my friend's did agree

Obviously I hang out with a stranger bunch of people than you
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PostSubject: Re: Joker's Philosophy   Fri Aug 15, 2008 1:25 pm

On the way home from shopping my mother completely quoted the Joker's concept of society basing things upon whether they are going to plan



She has never seen either of the new Batman films and she knows extremely little about it

creepy

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PostSubject: Re: Joker's Philosophy   Sat Aug 16, 2008 4:41 am

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On the way home from shopping my mother completely quoted the Joker's concept of society basing things upon whether they are going to plan



She has never seen either of the new Batman films and she knows extremely little about it

creepy

LOL that is creepy
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PostSubject: Re: Joker's Philosophy   Mon Aug 18, 2008 10:03 am

HAHA maybe the Joker was correct after all

Now we should all go off and blow up boats and hospitals
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PostSubject: Re: Joker's Philosophy   Mon Aug 18, 2008 5:59 pm

LOL and while we're at it let's disfigure our faces and stop cleaning ourselves
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