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A Tangent about Star Wars
(Warning! An Opinion! No research done, just background knowledge utilized)
Y’all ever think about how both the Jedi and the Sith orders are all about the self and looking inward? Like sure the Jedi preach selflessness, but selflessness is a way an individual should act. The Jedi don’t talk about what is right or wrong in reference to society, or even about how people (all people) should behave. They were only focused on how those of their order should behave, they were only worried with how to prevent individual jedi from falling to the dark side, never about if jedi should interact with intergalactic conflicts on a moral level. Like Yoda doesn’t resist the Clone Wars out of respect that the conflict was between an oppressive government and separatists, NO Yoda resisted engaging the Jedi in the Clone Wars because he knew it might lead some to the dark side. The Jedi are completely self-absorbed, in the respect that they only care about how their actions might affect their light side vs dark side inner conflict. Actions under this framework are only viewed as “high to low risk of dark side exposure” with no further context of good/evil, moral/amoral, or proper/improper.
The Sith on the other hand are the classic, anything for more power for myself. I think that one is pretty self-explanatory. Although one might argue, if one wishes to get into the deep existisitential star wars content, that the Sith have only the bare minimum sense of the self. As once one truly submits to the dark side, they lose all sense of themselves, and only have the smallest sense of a self in order to differentiate their power from power they have yet to obtain. That being said, their ideology would still consist of getting themselves (what little concept of that they have) more power, at the expense of others. Similarly to the jedi though, they have no sense of external morality or righteousness. They view the world as only the backdrop to their bid for power, any actions taken are just that, actions taken to obtain power. Actions under this framework can hold no other context of good/evil, moral/amoral, proper/improper, actions can only be seen as getting more power, or not.
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