Top 10 Cartoon Heroes With a Philosophical MessageAccording to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, Philosophy is "the study of ideas about knowledge, truth, the nature and meaning of life". On the other hand, the same source defines a cartoon as "a series of drawings that tell a story". Thus, there is no wonder why we tend to give philosophy some sort of solemnity while we consider cartoons frivolous and associate it with children entertainment and shallowness.
However, we miss to understand that the very foundation of philosophy is based on simplicity and innocence and Friedrich Nietzsche pointed it out best in his famous statement - "a man's maturity: that is to have rediscovered the seriousness he possessed as a child at play".
Let’s see below a list of 10 cartoon heroes who carry a great philosophical message.
The Top Ten
True he actually is basically pure of heart great cartoon role model for children who really have no one but a box if comics or manga she is an awesome loved character and he seems to love everyone even though he has to kill bad guys awesomenessV 1 Comment
Philosophical message according to both the show's intro and the show itself: "Life sucks." - xandermartin98
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2. Homer Simpson – The Simpsons (1989 – present)
3. Wolverine – X men (1992 – 1997)