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Review by deltabannermen posted 18 days ago
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A Disney Tale: Jiminy Cricket introduces two tales - Bongo the Bear (a slightly disturbing tale of love in the bear community) and Mickey and the Beanstalk (a Disney version of the well-known fairytale).

Disney Hero: With two 'films' in this package feature we have two main heroes. First up is Bongo. Bongo is a circus bear who runs away to the forest and meets the love of his life. Bongo never speaks in his film. He is dressed in a jacket, bow tie and hat and runs the full gamut of emotions. In the second film, we have three 'heroes' - Mickey, Donald and Goofy who all fulfill the role of Jack in this version of Jack and the Beanstalk.

Disney Heroine: In Bongo, the titular bear falls in love with Lulubelle, a female bear from the forest. She forms part of a love triangle with another bear, Lumpjaw. She is also instrumental in an aspect of this film which I found rather uncomfortable to watch - the slapping courtship. In Doctor Who there was some minor furore surrounding the slapping instigated by the main characters - the Doctor, Rory and Amy. There were cries of domestic abuse in the way Rory was being slapped and how if the roles were...
Opinion by DarkSarcasm posted 5 months ago
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Why are so many of your mothers either dead or of the evil step-mother variety, Disney? I had to dig a little to come up with this list, but behold! 5 great motherly figures from Classic Disney movies!

#5 - Wendy Darling (Peter Pan)
Voiced by Kathryn Beaumont, 1953
A mother is someone who cares for you. Wendy certainly does that for her brothers, and for a while, the Lost Boys too. She has a vivid imagination, and encourages her brothers to be creative and to have fun. At home, she tells stories of Peter Pan and Neverland. Once in Neverland, she tells the boys about their mother so they don't forget her. Wendy knows what the young ones need to hear, and she dutifully delivers.

#4 - Lady St. Edmund (Candleshoe)
Played by Helen Hayes, 1977
Lady St. Edmund isn't actually related to any of the children who call her Grandmother. She lives in a big estate with lots of extra room, so some children from a local crowded orphanage came to live with her. The 4 children call her Grandmother, and get very defensive of...
Review by deltabannermen posted 6 months ago
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A Disney Tale: A poor woodcutter, Geppetto, wishes on a star that his wooden puppet boy could be alive. A blue fairy grants his wish and the puppet, Pinocchio, is given life. On a series of adventures, he learns about right and wrong on his journey to becoming a real, human boy.

Disney Heroine: There is no real 'heroine' in this story and in fact, the only female characters are the Blue Fairy and Cleo the fish.

Disney Hero: Pinocchio is the 'hero' of the story, in as much as he is the main character. His heroic actions, though, don't really occur until the final act of the film where is saves Geppetto from the belly of Monstro the Whale. He is an interesting character. Gullible to a fault, naive and innocent, he only narrowly escapes various terrible fates through the efforts of Jiminy Cricket and the Blue Fairy. Were it not for them he would either be Stromboli's captive or transformed into a donkey and working in a salt mine. He is, though, much more endearing than Snow White as a main character. He is like the naughty child you can't help but have a soft spot for, particularly as the audience knows its the evil adult characters who are responsible...
Review by deltabannermen posted 6 months ago
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A Disney Tale: A young princess narrowly avoids death on the command of her evil stepmother. She shacks up with a group of mining dwarves but the stepmother finds her and puts her to sleep with a poisoned apple. The dwarves put her inside a glass coffin until a prince comes and kisses her, releasing her from the spell to live happily ever after.

Disney Heroine: Snow White is the first Disney princess, but having viewed this around the same time as Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty (my daughter is going through a Disney Princess phase) I would argue that those princesses are what we think of when we talk about Disney Princesses. Cinderella and Aurora are twee and feminine, but Snow takes it to the extreme. She is far too twee for my tastes, talking to the animals, cleaning and cooking for the dwarves and fawning over the first man she sets eyes on. I'm also not sure how old she is supposed to be. Apparently she is supposed to be 14 which is an increase from the original fairy tale where she is around 7, an age deemed too young for the story's plot. Quite why 14 is a more acceptable age for a young girl to go off with the first man she meets (and hardly exchanges two...
Opinion by TBUGoth posted 6 months ago
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I thought the TV show Once A Upon A Time would be a good show to get into since ABC is owned by Disney, I thought it would give me something in common with other people my age. We can't get Netflix however, so I had to buy them from Target costing me over $50 for just the first two seasons. I am almost six seasons behind. To my surprise I liked the Belle and Rumple episode, though Belles eye color is wrong. They call Captain Hook Captain Swan, he is abusive towards Emma Swan. The adults in the group knew the teens in the group got into an argument with the few adults in the group, including me. I just tried to get the teens to use Google by themselves. I just got tired of the changes to the Disney movies for Adults. Disney's Descendants is better. It asks "Nature or Nurture?" The worst part is not all Oncers are accepting of LGBTQ people Howard Ashmon was gay, he died of ADIS in 1991. I FEEL loss in Once Upon A Time. NO ONE else seemed to. I think Disney should cancel it. It is too dark and sad. The fans can be as young as five. I feel hurt, because Disney is supposed to protect these characters, and young minds. If you LOVE Disney STAY AWAY from Once Upon A Time.
Review by deltabannermen posted over a year ago
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Hi all,

My family are massive Disney fans and we recently embarked on a marathon of the Disney canon. We're currently as far as The Three Caballeros and here is my review of the first animated classic (I'm also posting these reviews on my blog disneydad2.blogspot.com).

A Disney Tale: A young princess narrowly avoids death on the command of her evil stepmother. She shacks up with a group of mining dwarves but the stepmother finds her and puts her to sleep with a poisoned apple. The dwarves put her inside a glass coffin until a prince comes and kisses her, releasing her from the spell to live happily ever after.

Disney Heroine: Snow White is the first Disney princess, but having viewed this around the same time as Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty (my daughter is going through a Disney Princess phase) I would argue that those princesses are what we think of when we talk about Disney Princesses. Cinderella and Aurora are twee and feminine, but Snow takes it to the extreme. She is far too twee for my tastes, talking to the animals, cleaning and cooking for the dwarves and fawning over the first man she sets eyes on....
News by BuddyBoy600alt posted over a year ago
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This just in. The British actor who played Eddie Valiant in Disney's "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" has died. He was at age 71. Bob Hoskins was one of my favorite actor in this Disney film. Roger Rabbit will never be the same without you, Eddie Valiant. Other roles that Bob Hoskins played was Mario Mario in the Super Mario Bros. Movie. In 2012, He went to retirement from Parkinson's disease and died from Pneumonia on April of 2014. R.I.P. Bob Hoskins (1942-2014) You will be missed :'(
News by MisterH posted over a year ago
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Copied and edited from: link



I really mean it! What would you be able to do if SOPA/TPP censors the internet? What would you be able to do if writing fanfics and drawing fanarts become illegal? What would you do if it's illegal to do a cover of your favorite song on YouTube? What would you do if downloading things from the internet (music, movies, TV episodes, etc) became illegal? What would you do if SOPA/TPP wins the war and takes away internet freedom? Net Neutrality is already dead so far, we can't risk the freedom of internet from getting killed by SOPA/TPP!

SOPA may have been stopped, but large companies with many copyrights are trying to re-institute portions of it under other names and policies. This attempt to limit protected speech in the name of copyright is unacceptable, and must be resisted.
Article by fantasydreamer posted over a year ago
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i was looking about how Disney fans fan about Disney i asked a couple of Disney Dreamers i even asked myself lol so here's what i got !!:

1-when you see anything about Disney parks ( castle show ,parade .ride etc.) something comes from the bottom of you're heart and make you fan about Disney like.. OH MY GOD I WANNA GOOOOOO!!!! and feel proud of Walt Disney

2-when someone say that Disney is for kids and they hate it ,i don't scream at them like Directioners i just say why ? :< or you have no childhood!!! or just say that Disney was made for all ages and think that this person is boring and stopped in the inside but you hide it

3-when you're bored or not sometimes you just go and search for Disney's new movies tralir and etc

4-if you had an instagram you sometimes or always post about Disney

5-you enjoy watching Disney movies

6- you always have that one Disney favorite movie

Article by fantasydreamer posted over a year ago
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hey Disney dreamers !!
it's time to know if you're a true Disney fan or fake Disney fan

in this test bring a paper and a pen :)

okay now i well show you how to take this test

there going to be a list that has 20 questions that you have to answer in the paper
for example: blah blah blah blah yes OR no

if you get most yes you're a true fan :D
if you get most no you're a fake fan -__-

okay HERE WE GO!!!!!!!!

question 1 : do you like classic Disney movies more than tangled and the new movies
yes OR no

question 2 : do you like fantasia
yes OR NO

question 3 : do you know anything about Walt
Disney's family (his wife kids sibling etc.)
yes OR no

question 4: do you always want to go to Disney parks ?
yes OR no

question 5 : do you have any stuff about Disney (bag book shirt etc.)
Review by BuddyBoy600alt posted over a year ago
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This article is about my favorite Disney cartoon show. It's about this crazy yellow, spotted, long-tail marsupial that lives in the jungle. His name is Marsupilami. He lives with his purple gorilla friend: Maurice. Marsupilami can do anything with his long-tail. And his enemy is Norman. Marsupilami can speak (and he does not only say "HOUBA!") Maurice is a silent character. He is a purple gorilla in a pink shirt. Now, You might remember this Saturday Morning series Disney did that aired NBC-TV in 1992 called "Raw Toonage." Now, Raw Toonage was a variety animated show. It was hosted by various Disney characters. And you have three shorts such as: Bonkers, Totally Tasteless Videos, and my favorite one: Marsupilami. I always love this Disney character. He is so awesome. And I love Steve Mackall (The voice of Marsupilami).
Opinion by BuddyBoy600alt posted over a year ago
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"Remember Me, Eddie? When I killed your twin-brother, I talked JUST....LIKE....THISSS!"
I was looking at the review of Nostalgia Critic review on "The Top 11 Most Scariest Moments in Kids Movies." I know Number 11 was The Wizard of Oz: The Wicked of the West throws fire into the forset. "Wanna Play Ball?" Number 10 was the tunnel scene in "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory", and so on... But I really wanted Number 1 to be The True form of Judge Doom from this classic Disney movie: "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" When Judge Doom had the burning red eyes and a high-pitched voice. This scene is the most scariest scene in a kids movie. This Disney film was about a detective named Eddie Valiant who is on the mission to see who framed a rabbit named Roger. Judge Doom killed Marvin Acme, R.K. Maroon, and Eddie Valiant's twin brother. Judge Doom created a poison liquid called "The Dip." I know the saddest Disney moments in this film is Eddie Valiant telling Roger Rabbit a sad tale on how his twin-brother was killed by a toon.
Opinion by sweetie-94 posted over a year ago
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Like with the saddest Disney Moments it's hard to come up with a list of my favorite Disney Characters, these 3 are the only ones I'm sure about so here we go :)

3. Tigger
I've loved him ever since I was a child, he always makes me laugh and feel better, I'm basing my rank mainly on The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh since it's a classic, but I love him in the later movies too. I love how he doesn't want to stop bouncing around despite the fact that Rabbit wants to stop him from doing it. My favorite scene is when he meets Pooh for the first time, it always makes me laugh. It makes me happy that he got his own movie though I have to say I love all the Winnie The Pooh characters, but he's my favorite because I can relate to him the most. He's only number 3 because I haven't seen the movies in such a long time, however I think he's a very memorable character, so the main reason to the number 3 placement is because I prefer the 2 above

2. The Cheshire Cat
Article by Sbells23 posted over a year ago
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#25 The Siamese Cats(Lady And The Tramp)
#24 The Queen Of Hearts(Alice In Wonderland)
#23 Pete(Every Movie Or Cartoon Of Disney)
#22 Ysma(The Emperor New Groove)
#21 Edgar(The Aristocats)
#20 The Horned King(The Black Cauldron)
#19 Stromboli(Pinocchio)
#18 Chernabog(Fantasia)
#17 Shan-Yu(Mulan)
#16 Ratigan(The Great Mouse Dectective)
#15 Medusa(The Rescuers)
#14 Shere Khan(The Jungle Book)
#13 Mother Gothel(Tangled)
#12 Dr.Facilier(The Princess And The Frog)
#11 Clayton(Tarzan)
#10 Gaston(Beauty And The Beast)
#9 Lady Termaine(Cinderella)
#8 Captain Hook(Peter Pan)
#7 Cruella The Vil(101 Dalmatains)
#6 The Evil Queen(Snow White And The Seven Drawfs)
#5A Frollo(The Hunkback Of Notre Dame)
#5B Hades(Hercules)
#4 Ursulla(The Little Mermaid)
#3 Scar(The Lion King)
#2 Jafar(Aladdin)
#1 Maleficent(Sleeping Beauty)
Opinion by sweetie-94 posted over a year ago
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There are many scenes in Disney movies that makes me cry, but I don't really have a list of where they are except for these three moments, I've always founded these moments to be the saddest. Now I did forgot some famous sad moments, but these moments are quite well known so I hope you won't feel too disappointed over that I forgot some moments and also this is my first article here so feedback is appreciated.

3. Dumbo visits his mother
It was wrong to lock in Dumbo's mother in jail just because she tried to protect him from those kids that bullied him for his big ears. This scene makes me sad because first of all the song is so sad because during the song we see all the other animals with their kids, they're a family, but Dumbo can't be with his mother for not even 10 minutes. This makes me think of all the children in our world that has a parent in jail, they must feel sad over not being with them for so long. It's not higher because the other 2 moments are death scenes
Article by Sbells23 posted over a year ago
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#75 Down In New Orleans
#74 He Lives In You
#73 A Guy Like You
#72 Mine Mine Mine!
#71 Honor Us All
#70 Once Upon A Time In New York City
#69 Gaston
#68 Savages
#67 Tranformation
#66 When We Are Human
#65 Cero To Hero
#64 A Girl Worth Fighing For
#63 Son Of Man
#62 Hellfire(I now that everybody loved but is a villain song)
#61 Candle In The Water
#60 Be Prepared
#59 Bella Notte
#58(TIE) Why Should I Worry? & Gonna Take There
#57 My World Of My Own
#56 Poor Aportunate Souls
#55 Strangers Like Me
#54 One Jump Ahead
#53 Dig A Little Depper
#52 The Work Song
#51 Baby Mine

Article by Sbells23 posted over a year ago
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#100 Goddbye Seen Forever
#99 Not In Nottingham
#98 The Three Caballeros
#97 The Journey
#96 Inspector Gathel
#95 Little April Shower
#94 The Siamese Cat Song
#93 I Can Forget About My Heart
#92 A Star Is Born
#91 Best Of Friends
#90 Sing Sweet Nighttingle
#89 Les Posione
#88 Mother Knows Best
#87 My Last Hope
#86 Topsy Turvy
#85 No Way Out
#84 Hawaian Roller Coster Ride
#83 Pete King Of France
#82 Friends From Another Side
#81 Casey Junior
#80 After Today
#79 Nobody Else Like You
#78 Arabian Nights
#77 The Gospel Truth
#76 He a Tramp

Guide by karlyluvsam posted over a year ago
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Bless my soul
Herc was on a roll
Person of the week in every Greek opinion poll
What a pro
Herc could stop a show
Point him at a monster and you're talking SRO
He was a no one
A zero, zero
Now he's a honcho
He's a hero
Here was a kid with his act down pat
From zero to hero in no time flat
Zero to hero just like that (snaps)

When he smiled
The girls went wild with
Oohs and aahs
And they slapped his face
On ev'ry vase
(On ev'ry "vahse")

From appearance fees and royalties
Our Herc had cash to burn
Now nouveau riche and famous
He could tell you
What's a Grecian urn?

Say amen
There he goes again
Sweet and undefeated
And an awesome 10 for 10
Folks lined up
Just to watch him flex
And this perfect package
[ From: link ]
Opinion by KingSimba4Ever9 posted over a year ago
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20. A fried like me.

19. You'll be in my heart
Tarzan <3

18. Honor to us all

17. Hakuna Matata
The lion king <3<3<3

16. God help the outcasts
the hunchback of noter dame

15. Under the sea
The little Mermaid

14. the vergina company

13. Beauty & The beast
Beauty & the beast

12. Kiss the girl.
The little mermaid.

11. A whole new world

10. I just can't wait to be king,
the lion king

9.strangers like me

8. Just around the river bend

7.I'll make a man out of you!

6.circle of life
lion king

5.The bells of noter dame
The hunchback of noter dame

Hunchback of noter dame.
Fan fiction by Pyjamarama posted over a year ago
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The villain does his best to give his worst, and Walt Disney Productions are no exception. Good cannot triumph without evil. In 479 animated cartoons and features, they have brought to life some rogues who will go down in history. On the following pages, we pay tribute to some famous characters who did not win, however hard they tried.

Pete (Mickey Mouse)
Gorilla (The Gorilla Mystery)
Witch (Babes in the Woods)
The Big Bad Wolf (Three Little Pigs)
The Wicked Witch (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
Stromboli (Pinocchio)
Chernabog (Fantasia)
Wolf (Make Mine Music)
Br'er Fox and Bear (Song of the South)
The Headless Horseman (The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad)
Lady Tremaine (Cinderella)
The Queen of Hearts (Alice in Wonderland)
Si and Am (Lady and the Tramp)
Maleficent (Sleeping Beauty)
Cruella De Vil (101 Dalmatians)
Edgar (The Aristocats)
Prince John and Sir Hiss (Robin Hood)
Opinion by Persephone713 posted over a year ago
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I cant take it anymore. Just cant. PIXAR is not the almighty everything of cartoon animation. I grew up with the Walt Disney era and Renaissance era classics, NO COMPUTER animation. Yet every single fricken animated movie that comes out today, is compared to PIXAR, or god forbid ( The Lion King) which is also severely overrated. I don't hate PIXAR, or Lion King, BUT I do hate that other animated movies that get released that are just as enjoyable, or more in my opinion are always compared. OR that the classics I grew up are now forgotten because everything is PIXAR. NO...Disney is King and always will be. Critics need to remember that. Dreamworks, Illumination, Sony, Blue Sky have also released fantastic movies, that deserve to be reviewed on their own merit and not always compared to PIXAR. Even all the Disney Princesses that I love dearly are getting bashed now, because of BRAVE- " WE are releasing a princess who does everything herself, and needs no prince" - fine and dandy. But most of the Princesses I grew up loving were very proactive as well, and didn't just sit around having tea- letting people make decisions for them. Ariel didn't let her dad control her life, Jasmine...
Opinion by pollydbookworm posted over a year ago
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#7. The Lion King: To Be Successful, Sometimes People Got to Die

Simba always knew that he was going to succeed his father, Mufasa, as the next Lion King. But fate liked spitting in poor little Simba's face, and his dear old dad got trampled to death by wildebeests. Of course, Mufasa's death was really caused by the evil Scar, Simba's uncle.
Later, all grown up, he reclaims his thrown and Scar suffers the double whammy of falling off a cliff and getting torn apart by hyenas. So after two particularly nasty and horrendous deaths, Simba finally becomes the lion king.
The Supposed Message:
We all have responsibilities we can't ignore. And don't trust that creepy uncle.
The Actual Message:
In order for you to be successful, other people will have to pay. And ultimately, that's okay, because the ends justify the means!

First you have Scar, who knew he couldn't be king of the pridelands until that dick Mufasa and his brat son were out of the way. So Scar did away with both of them, killing Mufasa and banishing Simba, and, as a result, he got to be king for a descent amount of time.
Fan fiction by imeshootings posted over a year ago
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Antz Plot Summary

DreamWorks' spectacular comedy adventure ANTZ was croned "king of the hill" by audiences and critics alike, from the Academy Award – winning studio that brought you Shrek.

In an anthill with millions of inhabitants, Z 4195 is a worker ant. Feeling insignificant in a conformity system, he accidentally meets beautiful Princess Bala, who has a similar problem on the other end of the social scale. In order to meet her again, Z switches sides with his soldier friend Weaver - only to become a hero in the course of events. By this he unwillingly crosses the sinister plans of ambitious General Mandible (Bala's fiancé, by the way), who wants to divide the ant society into a superior, strong race (soldiers) and an inferior, to-be-eliminated race (the workers). But Z and Bala, both unaware of the dangerous situation, try to leave the oppressive system by heading for Insectopia, a place where food paves the streets.

Transfer Animation ANTZ to Non-Apple Devices
Opinion by Cynthia0928 posted over a year ago
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Aladdin (Aladdin)
Aladdin is portrayed as clever, and ultimately a good-hearted person. Like most Disney male protagonists, he is a brave young man who seeks to win the affection of many other characters, which demonstrates his insecurity. He can be selfish and indignant at times, which is shown through the wishes he makes. He is not above lying and stealing, but never with evil intentions, but in order to survive. The biggest difference from the norm is that, unlike most youthful Disney heroes, he is a doer rather than a passive character
Words to describe Aladdin: clever, good-hearted, adventurous, a "street-rat", selfish, romantic, insecure, friendly.

Arthur (The Sword in the Stone)
Arthur is nicknamed "Wart", and is the main protagonist of the film. He is Disney's adaptation of legendary British leader King Arthur. Arthur is a 12-year-old orphan training to be a squire, accompanying his older foster brother Kay on a hunting trip, accidentally prevents Kay from shooting a deer. He goes to retrieve the arrow, and falls into Merlin's cottage. Merlin announces he will be his tutor, and the two return to Arthur's...
List by Pyjamarama posted over a year ago
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Superted and Spotty's argument-Not Disney rather than British
In philosophy and logic, an argument is an attempt to persuade someone of something, by giving reasons or evidence for accepting a particular conclusion.[1][2] The general structure of an argument in a natural language is that of premises (typically in the form of propositions, statements or sentences) in support of a claim: the conclusion.[3][4][5] Many arguments can also be formulated in a formal language. An argument in a formal language shows the logical form of the natural language arguments obtained by its interpretations.

In a typical deductive argument, the premises are meant to provide a guarantee of the truth of the conclusion, while in an inductive argument, they are thought to provide reasons supporting the conclusion's probable truth.[6]. The standards for evaluating other kinds of arguments may rest on different or additional criteria than truth, however, such as the persuasiveness of so-called "indispensability claims" in transcendental arguments[7] or even the disclosure of new possibilities for thinking and acting.[8]