>>6756>When that happens there's tells.
You look at the pixels? Okay, you don't need evidence, so I didn't have a chance from the start.
>Doesn't it make more sense for her fear and anxiety to directly be the cause of her suicide instead of her being a philosophy major?
Normally when people feel pure fear, say, after someone jumps out from behind a wall with a knife, they don't pull their guns out and shoot themselves. Fear and anxiety on their own normally come and go very quickly.
The fear of society and associated anxiety is a much more complex beast, and it is absolutely possible, even very likely, for that fear to turn in on itself. Questions like, "Why am I this way? Is this my fault?" are very common in depressed people, and are the beginnings such musings on their own suffering. Do you think depressed people don't notice that they are depressed?
Comes down to this:
Is she a one-dimensional character who has pain on the surface of her mind, and simply and impulsively decides to kill herself in one moment? Very possible.
Is she a multi-dimensional character who has pain on multiple levels - direct, social, self-deprecating (e.g. "why am I this way?") who was driven closer and closer to suicide over time?
Also very possible, we simply don't have any dialogue or personal history to go by, but that doesn't mean the theory in itself is unrealistic.
I would say it's besides the point anyway, because my question is not whether the OP's theory is "Correct" or not, but rather, if it is conceivable,
which it absolutely is, and whether or not it is bait, which you allege can be claimed without evidence, so that is a logical dead end.
Then you admit the OP is plausible.
> self-discovery has different meanings depending on who you ask. Wrong.
of self discovery has different meanings depending on who you ask.
For Freud "self discovery" would be the state of you fucking your grandma.
For Jung "self discovery" would be, I duno, overdosing on LSD and merging your consciousness with the human collective.
For Gahndi it would be becoming a monk.
And so on.
But for every
one of them undertaking the __task__
of self discovery (notice the word task
in the OP) means the same exact thing: Self-examination. Nothing more. Every interpretation
of the examination's findings is unique, but the act
of self-examination is the same.
thing OP specifies about the method she uses to examine herself is that she keeps a Dream Diary. Period.
He does not say she interprets the violence and gore in a Freudian sense, merely that she records the violence, and is aware that she is dreaming of violence. He does not say she puts a Jungian spin on the cat effect and realizes she wants to be a cat or something, just that she records it and is aware that she is dreaming about being a cat.
>We don't see what's in Mado's dream diary, but we do see her body language.
I think it's safe to assume that because it's called a "dream diary," and that as the players we see what occurs in her dreams, that what we experience what is recorded. I'm not sure what you're getting at with the body language bit, though.