The Philosophy of Zack Snyder’s Justice League

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Zack Snyder’s Justice League is not only a much better film than the original, it also features several scenes and character arcs that allow us to explore major concepts of individualist philosophy.

So today on Out of Frame, we’re going to review the film and then dive into a bunch of important themes such as what Individualism is (and isn’t); how to understand moral rights and why not everything people claim is their "right" actually is; why ethical principles need to be universally applied; and why Individualism is not only not anti-social (as it is often mistakenly described) but actually the basis for meaningful social interaction… including heroism.
Written and Produced by Sean W. Malone
Edited by Arash Ayrom
Asst. Edited by Jason Reinhardt
with support from Tyler Brandt, Matt Hampton, and Matt Tabor

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