History Main / Doublethink

5th Jan '16 7:22:00 PM FF32
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* ZinniaJones's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNcWdV0LYG4 episode on Pascal's Wager]], briefly argues the potential benefits of believing in different religions separately from each other but simultaneously.
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* ZinniaJones's WebVideo/ZinniaJones's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNcWdV0LYG4 episode on Pascal's Wager]], briefly argues the potential benefits of believing in different religions separately from each other but simultaneously.
31st Dec '15 5:09:03 PM eroock
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-->--''Literature/NineteenEightyFour''
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-->--''Literature/NineteenEightyFour'' -->-- ''Literature/NineteenEightyFour''
24th Dec '15 8:37:50 AM SpacemanSpoof
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* This is a common practice among players of tabletop games in general. It's generally expected that the players will direct the characters' actions based on the knowledge that the characters would reasonably be expected to have, rather than what the players themselves know. For example, a rookie adventurer barely out on his first quest probably wouldn't know about the various immunities and vulnerabilities of uncommon monsters.
13th Sep '15 3:54:15 PM MechWarrior
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* A cornerstone tenet of the Church of the [=SubGenius=] is to "pull the wool over your own eyes" -- if you're going to believe in bullshit, it better be ''your own'' bullshit. One mark of a [=SubGenius=] sermon is that it {{Lampshades}} its absurdity while preaching it with the most sincere conviction.
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* A cornerstone tenet of the Church of the [=SubGenius=] is to "pull the wool over your own eyes" -- if you're going to believe in bullshit, it better be ''your own'' bullshit. One mark of a [=SubGenius=] sermon is that it {{Lampshades}} [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] its absurdity while preaching it with the most sincere conviction.
31st Aug '15 8:39:29 AM VVK
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* This is central to the philosophy of [[GrayAndGreyMorality "Good" and "Evil" Shinobi]] in ''VideoGame/SenranKagura''. Both sides know the alignments are just labels, and frankly misnomers, the only difference is Good Shinobitake government contracts, and Evil Shinobi are corporate mercenaries. Both sides also know, beyond reproach, that the opposite is the antitheses, completely irredeemable, and the world is better off without them.
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* This is central to the philosophy of [[GrayAndGreyMorality "Good" and "Evil" Shinobi]] in ''VideoGame/SenranKagura''. Both sides know the alignments are just labels, and frankly misnomers, the only difference is Good Shinobitake Shinobi take government contracts, and Evil Shinobi are corporate mercenaries. Both sides also know, beyond reproach, that the opposite is the antitheses, completely irredeemable, and the world is better off without them.
25th Jul '15 9:00:42 PM nombretomado
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* Implied for the BigBad in MightAndMagic VIII. He starts his conversation with you by lamenting the fact that his underestimation of your people led to him being forced to destroy your world needlessly, outright telling you that he doesn't ''want'' to, but his programming leaves him no choice but to continue. He ''ends'' it by blatantly giving you hints about where to go and what to do without actually admitting that is what he is doing, and then giving you an object, telling you that since you are so unimportant and weak people, and don't know what it is or what to do with it anyway, he can safely give it to you without compromising his mission.
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* Implied for the BigBad in MightAndMagic VIII.''VideoGame/MightAndMagic VIII''. He starts his conversation with you by lamenting the fact that his underestimation of your people led to him being forced to destroy your world needlessly, outright telling you that he doesn't ''want'' to, but his programming leaves him no choice but to continue. He ''ends'' it by blatantly giving you hints about where to go and what to do without actually admitting that is what he is doing, and then giving you an object, telling you that since you are so unimportant and weak people, and don't know what it is or what to do with it anyway, he can safely give it to you without compromising his mission.
7th Jul '15 3:49:39 PM S123
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* In the song Hellfire from Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame, Claude Frollo both blames Esmerelda for "tempting" him with her supposed gypsy magic, and says that she must burn if she doesn't give in to him.]]
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* In the song Hellfire from Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame, Claude Frollo both blames Esmerelda for "tempting" him with her supposed gypsy magic, and says that she must burn if she doesn't give in to him.]] him.
7th Jul '15 3:49:01 PM S123
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* In the song Hellfire from Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame, Claude Frollo both blames Esmerelda for "tempting" him with her supposed gypsy magic, and says that she must burn if she doesn't give in to him]]
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* In the song Hellfire from Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame, Claude Frollo both blames Esmerelda for "tempting" him with her supposed gypsy magic, and says that she must burn if she doesn't give in to him]] him.]]
7th Jul '15 3:48:23 PM S123
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* Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame In the song Hellfire, Claude Frollo both blames Esmerelda for "tempting" him with her supposed gypsy magic, and says that she must burn if she doesn't give in to him]]
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* Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame In *In the song Hellfire, Hellfire from Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame, Claude Frollo both blames Esmerelda for "tempting" him with her supposed gypsy magic, and says that she must burn if she doesn't give in to him]]
7th Jul '15 3:46:04 PM S123
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[[AC:{{Animated Film}}]] *Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame In the song Hellfire, Claude Frollo both blames Esmerelda for "tempting" him with her supposed gypsy magic, and says that she must burn if she doesn't give in to him]]
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