With few exceptions to the rule, it seems as if violence and nudity are often accepted as a way of life. On this episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, Heit & Cheri explore topics related to the prevalence of violence and nudity, and the often ridiculous “rules” people use to govern these acts.
Topics discussed include sex crimes often getting more attention and harsh judgement than murder, group allegiances, Stanford Prison Experience, Heit’s story about writing a violent paper back in 5th grade, how our educational system stifles creativity, violence and nudity in film, how what used to be innocent photos of naked babies are now considered child porn, nudity as cultural practice, and more!
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- Discussion about sex crimes often getting more attention and harsh judgement than murder via reflections on the Penn State molestation controversy from 2011.
- Discussion about group allegiances.
- Discussion about U.S. military “kill teams”.
- Discussion about the Stanford Prison Experience – what happens when you put “good” people into roles of power over others.
- Heit tells the story about writing a violent paper back in 5th grade, which caused him to lose out on student of the year.
- Discussion about how our educational system stifles creativity.
- Discussion about violent movies.
- Discussion about nudity in film.
- Discussion about how what used to be innocent photos of naked babies are now considered child porn.
- Discussion of nudity as cultural practice.
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