Thematic Essays

A Messy Beginning [Federalist Series #1]

Let’s talk about the Federalist Papers. Why? Well… I’m a big history nerd and for me, one of the most interesting periods of American history has always been the Revolutionary period and the years immediately following. The Founding Fathers had to make an entire government system through a series of then untested political theories and… Continue reading A Messy Beginning [Federalist Series #1]

Literary Essay · Thematic Essays

Fate vs. Free Will: The Folly of Victor Frankenstein

Everyone knows about Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. We’re all familiar with the scientist and his creation, the terror the latter inspires and its warnings about the dangers of human overreach. But the book has kind of been lost in the cultural mire through its interpretation in movies and other media. Much of what we commonly believe… Continue reading Fate vs. Free Will: The Folly of Victor Frankenstein

Thematic Essays

Are You Fit to Judge: Death Parade and the Consequences of an Empathetic Heart

(I cannot protect you from the shadows of spoilers that lurk within this essay. All I can tell you is to run and watch the show yourself before even traversing into this uncertain plain. Trust me, you won’t regret it) In this essay, I will be answering two questions in regards to the show Death… Continue reading Are You Fit to Judge: Death Parade and the Consequences of an Empathetic Heart