Franz Fanon (1925-1962) was a well-known psychiatrist and philosopher. In “The Wretched of the Earth”, he argues for decolonization, presenting us with a moral imperative to invent and carry out a new direction for humanity.
Things and people are generally defined by their contradictions. This is especially true of Casper the Friendly Ghost. Indeed, one of the contradictions is right in the title. Ghosts are generally scary. Casper is a ghost who is friendly. Our goal is to illuminate the dialectics of Casper, and determine what the primary contradiction driving his personal growth is.