What makes you think so?
I just watched Kekkai Sensen and I have no idea what happened or what message it was trying to convey.
A lot of people are too stupid for anime.
To understand anime you must first learn Shinto, Bushido, and wabi-sabi and mono-no-aware.
I'd just assume your American. No American knows any sort of philosophy.
>The evil demon presents a complete illusion of an external world, including other minds, to Descartes' senses, where there is no such external world in existence. The evil demon also presents to Descartes' senses a complete illusion of his own body, including all bodily sensations.
It's spooky and mysterious, and it symbolizes the increasing importance of technology of various sorts in our society.
I didn't really get it for 4 episodes or so but after i while I was into it.
No. A truly stupid person can simply watch flashy shonenshit, or the lowest-grade fanservice that's going, and be happy. The danger is in being just a little bit smart. Not smart enough to appreciate gems like $YOUREFAVRIT, but smart enough to convince themselves SAO is the deepest shit ever.
Very American response, overflowing with impudence.
You criticise us for stereotyping you as dumb brutes who has gotten through the world not with intellect but by shooting anyone smarter than you, only to then further reinforce the stereotypes when you speak.
No man is the more a slave than the slave that believes he is free.
Too stupid to watch it in the first place, yes
I didn't watch SAO but if some people think it's deep then the author probably did intend there to be a deeper aspect to it.
If I watched it I would probably think it's deep and get frustrated about being too stupid to understand what the fuck author was going for.
Not really, most of it is mindless entertainment.
The lowest common denominator can enjoy a repetitive action show like Bleach while not following the story completely.
>too smart for anime
>too afraid to challenge myself
>No American knows any sort of philosophy.
All we know is kill, followed by charity, followed by indebtedness. Seems like the philosophers got dominated by the uncivilized brutes again.