Sherlock: The Loner Genius Myth

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9 feb 2019

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the night hAunter f88k the 1%!! PRIVACY OR gen8cide
we have done wrong in media,and yes we are,well i know i feel bad,probaly social justice feel bad too,for lack of diversity and not enough diversity in america=everyones welcome,not criminals though, criminals dont listen to us as their to busy listening to themselves on the media, as the media is where they live, but we population live on earth and explore the media and earth and we are large, but criminals are medium large, we still outnumber them 10-1, they only hold the power because they play as campers,sweaty nerds, and most of us are beasts, not all,those people need to stop following people and start standing up for themselves,and say "fuck you status quos!!"
the night hAunter f88k the 1%!! PRIVACY OR gen8cide
@D. N. BHATTACHARYA im pretty sure were apologizeing for the 1700/1800 racism and the lack of diversity in media,[i think its inspiration,not racism,as your characters are inspired by what you see] plus 1 of your people[like everyone is power/money hungry and his company is spying on you/everyone=google], if hes in india stop this guy and put speakers on him,and get him to foribly remove his ceos and higher ups,stop collecting data,leak his own data,and delete all spying tec. yes im talking about you guys useing him as spy to kill his own company, freedom is worth more then him getting blackmailed/thretened by you the people, plus he has blackmailed/thretened before so its poetic, shifty people always use a single mindset and therefore all do same actions, i know both what he has done,thus i know what hilary has done because the mafia have done that for power and money already.
D. N. BHATTACHARYA Hace 6 meses
This is very informative. However, I feel there is an exaggerated need for diversity when it comes to western media narratives. I'm a brown guy in India. It was Hollywood that made a biopic on Srinivas Ramanujan, not our Bollywood. I find it odd that you people feel the need to apologise for being a white majority population.
the night hAunter f88k the 1%!! PRIVACY OR gen8cide
plus you can feel the emporor in the videos.
the night hAunter f88k the 1%!! PRIVACY OR gen8cide
knowledge people always get knowledge sponsors.
Darkpwns Hace 7 días
Like this channel, but way to misinterpret Damore. He didn't say that women weren't suited to work in tech. He said that the way the tech industry is currently structured does not take advantage of the general psychological differences between men and women and a restructuring to accommodate for those differences could possibly be beneficial. Alas, suggesting that men and women are different in ways other than the physical is seen as some sort of sexist idea.
Anna Rose
Anna Rose Hace 15 días
After you brought up the idea of Sherlock ignoring technology (I thought of how he hated Johm's blog) & being a human computer, I remembered how Moriarty used his phone to break into The Tower of London; Bank of England and Pentoville Prison, and how he uses the internet as his weapon. Sort of seems to be a inverse mirroring of the two.
The BiggerPicture
The BiggerPicture Hace 2 meses
Please can you make a video on Michael Scofield, he’s a genius in his own right but in a different way. Like other ‘typical’ geniuses he uses logical thought and can plan ahead in inexplicable ways. But his main difference to these people, is that he understands emotions incredibly well and uses other people, some that he doesn’t particular like, in order to create a team because he knows it’s going to get what he needs done quicker. He completely rewrites what it means to be a genius because he is a genius logically and emotionally, which makes him so much more likeable because he seems like a ‘normal’ human being in the surface with a genius mindset. Another point to make as well is he isn’t arrogant with it. In fact he plays it down as much as possible due to how humble he is and the fact that it could ruin his escape. He has such a unique dynamic it would make for such an interesting video. All the best
Patrick Haines
Patrick Haines Hace 2 meses
If Sherlock Holmes is a true sociopath as he claims to be then trust me, there's no feeling behind anything he does it's just getting people to do his way by manipulation, think of Slytherin🐍
pearlite Hace 2 meses
It is not so much a myth as it is a reality for some that so happens to be unhealthy when allowed to the extreme.
Franchesca Mia
Franchesca Mia Hace 3 meses
Okay, but the true hero in this is Mrs. Hudson
Sarah Weigel
Sarah Weigel Hace 3 meses
There will NEVER be a time when I don't cry while watching Sherlock's speech at John's wedding. This video was so interesting, and geniuses truly fascinates me. "And then John Watson enters the picture ..." Indeed. This tv show is not really about Sherlok Holmes, the smart detective. But more about John and Sherlock, the beautiful friendship (or more ?). Just subscribed, your channel is so diverse and your videos are truly captivating.
BC LR Hace 3 meses
You should be ashamed for how you betray James Demoor’s name. You should apology
Daanish Ahmad
Daanish Ahmad Hace 3 meses
Tay Off The Top
Tay Off The Top Hace 3 meses
Tommy Rosendahl
Tommy Rosendahl Hace 3 meses
I do like their dry and sarcastic sense of humour, that this archetype typically possesses.
Adrian Jutronich
Adrian Jutronich Hace 4 meses
I won't list my resume, but I'm above average when it comes to being smart, and have the degrees, awards and research to prove it. I'm not a complete social outcast, but I do live quite a lonely life. Not because I don't want to share with people, I really try to. But I just don't have anything in common when it comes to basic conversation. I don't care about trivia, just as they don't care about the parallels I've drawn from books about ancient civilizations and our own, and how one can predict when and where a conflict is going to ensue. They just listen out of politeness while glancing at their phones and interrupt me with their fascinating conversation about a meme they received last night. So of course I have a terrible time whenever I go out. And since I'm in my early 30's, all my acquaintances are raising their numerous families, working two jobs, and don't have free time. I do have free time because I've worked enough and invested wisely, and I'm pretty sure I can retire tomorrow and live a comfortable life, so work is essentially a pastime that gives me more income. I've lately become kind of an eternal tourist, travelling and going on climbing trips, but I only interact with other tourists, so those friendships are short lived. Still, I wouldn't change it for the world. I just want to find a female counterpart gifted in the areas I'm not (ie. networking and communication) and can mutually respect each other on an intellectual level, to not only start a family, but an empire. So I don't need "people", "people" are just means to an end, which is to find someone. And you don't need to say it, I've been told everything you're going to type, and I do think you're right.
Chronically Fabulous
This video illustrates several of the reasons why I don't generally tell people in my life that I'm a "genius". I don't consider it something to brag about, because I didn't earn it and while it certainly is advantageous in many ways, it also causes me problems. IQ isn't static -- you can work to increase your IQ, over time -- and it only measures one kind of intelligence. It also tells you nothing whatsoever about a person's character -- whether they're a *Good Person*. When I tell people I'm considered a genius (tbh, though, I cringe at that word), usually in the context of expressing feelings about the problems it's caused me, they often react badly. They might suddenly see me as aloof, even though I've never behaved that way, and assume that I think it makes me better than them (I don't and it doesn't). They might assume it means that I can't maintain healthy, respectful relationships with others, even though being an outstanding friend to the people who are most important to me is something at which I constantly strive to be better. The *Best Person* I've ever known is an intellectually disabled, middle-aged woman. I'm immensely fortunate to have earned her friendship and it pains me that she has such a low opinion of herself, because she's spent her entire life being treated as less-than, because she's "not clever". The ableism baked into the way we, as a society, view intelligence is infuriating, to me. She's by far the best mother I've ever known (and her sons will fucking FIGHT you if you try to assert otherwise, lol), an immensely loving, patient and supportive wife, and an outstanding friend. ALL of those things are far more valuable than being "clever" and she deserves to be valued accordingly. She has so much to teach others and I've personally learned a great deal from her. People miss out on so much by dismissing her.
Angel truth
Angel truth Hace 4 meses
i don't have friends too, most intelligent people don't need other people, because they are independent and view life in another perspective than average folks.
Jérémy Hace 4 meses
And suddenly, out of nowhere (and going nowhere) "bouh, they're white !!" Latent racism ?
PLEASE READ James demore didn't give his opinion, he just cited psychometric data. The most extensive research done in social sciences. He isn't sexist as you implied. Please please don't take this channel in a feminist white-man-hating direction, because I love this channel and don't want to stop watching it. Identity politics is everywhere, it doesn't need to be here. Please no politics!
Christmas Outcast
Christmas Outcast Hace 5 meses
This is why the 3rd and 4th seasons of Sherlock were so divisive; there are people who prefer the loner genius and there are people who like to see Sherlock grow emotionally.
Alberto Lopes
Alberto Lopes Hace 5 meses
It's good to remember that in the Conan Doyle stories Sherlock is a nice man. A bit distant, but not arrogant and definitely not abusive against Watson.
zinaa Hace 5 meses
I love Steven Moffat's Sherlock
Last Time
Last Time Hace 5 meses
I never thought for a second that mark zuckerberg was considered a genius.... he's a billionaire sure but genius? For making a website? Like seriously?
Niina's Fairychamber
Brennan from Bones would fit into this category.
Samridhi Kaila
Samridhi Kaila Hace 5 meses
Please make a video on himym analysis.... I'm desperately waiting for you to make one:)))
Patrick S
Patrick S Hace 6 meses
Most people have a distorted view of reality, go back in time and see what they valued; you think you're different cos you live in the 21st century. We live in primitive times.
Patrick S
Patrick S Hace 6 meses
Yeah, but what I'm saying is that it's time limited, his whole philosophy. Learn eternal truths or learn little truths. By accident, his little truths became longer lasting.
Cassandra Hace 6 meses
Why do we have to bring race and sex into everything? If you think there is not enough diversity or women represented, watch more tv shows and movies. I can count at least ten off the top of my head that satisfy all criteria without rubbing diversity in the viewers faces. This weird desire to cram diversity into everything is taking attention away from the other more important aspects that make a good movie.
Dillon Verburg
Dillon Verburg Hace 6 meses
Enjoyed the video until the last part. James Damore's firing was unjustified as he simply wrote the essay based on scientific data illustrating gender dynamics in the work place. ITS TRUE! Women tend to be more empathy based but as is the point of this very video that is a strength not a weakness. His essay was not stating an absolute rule just accounting a phenomenon. I appreciate the passion for film this channel has but when you force in gender politics it leaves a sour taste in my mouth. Please don't contribute to the slander and propaganda.
Patrick S
Patrick S Hace 6 meses
Take Sherlock out of his environment and he's lost. He's a guy who's totally attuned to his local environment. His knowledge and studies have no value outside of the 19th Century.Put him down today and it would be year zero for him.
A shitty screen capture Channel
Sherlock does take place in the modern day. This one at least
Tristan Hayden
Tristan Hayden Hace 6 meses
May you please do videos on the Oscar nominated film! Please I miss those types of videos! 😊
KaMau Mau
KaMau Mau Hace 6 meses
Sounds like the Rickest of Ricks.
BD Wednesday
BD Wednesday Hace 6 meses
This Sherlock was pretentious nonsense, they'll never top Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce as Watson.
Niall Connolly
Niall Connolly Hace 6 meses
Why does his race matter?
MVS_Maïa Hace 6 meses
I must admit I never liked theses kind of characters. Lacking empathy is never interesting to me no matter how genius you are!
Shahin Tajeri
Shahin Tajeri Hace 6 meses
Tim Kramar
Tim Kramar Hace 6 meses
Deletes information that he deems irrelevant. Like...your name.
Mistress Morrigan
Mistress Morrigan Hace 6 meses
*sighs* Why does no one understand that genius indicates simply a high I.Q. and a high I.Q. only means you're a faster learner, it is NOT a measure of how smart you are. For example, 2 people, one with a 95 I.Q. and one with a 145 I.Q. start work in fast food. The 145 I.Q. may only need the concept of the fryer explained once to operate it perfectly while the person with the 95 I.Q. may require different forms of teaching depending if they are a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic learner. At the end of the day, they're both fry cooks. If the 145 I.Q. rests on his laurels, he may move up the chain of command, sure. But if the 95 I.Q. goes to school as well, studies and works hard, they learn more, ergo are smarter. The tragedy of the modern view of genius means many people with high I.Q.s are actually taught to expect success will just spontaneously happen, so often do not apply themselves.
Cordelia lee
Cordelia lee Hace 6 meses
WOW do dr Temerance Brennan from bones!!
Serai3 Hace 6 meses
The one thing I find unforgivable about the recent versions of Sherlock Holmes is the constant trope of turning him into an unmitigated asshole. Holmes was NOT insensitive, or rude, or contemptuous of his clients. On the contrary, he was known for his discretion and his delicacy in dealing with the people who sought his help. He reserved his disdain for criminals, whom he looked down on precisely because they were criminals. But this stupid "edgy" nonsense infects everything these days, even to turning a beloved character into the opposite of what he actually was. FEH.
Hyena Edits
Hyena Edits Hace 6 meses
A lot of these geniuses show signs that they are on the autism spectrum. This normalization of the loner genius can be toxic to autistic people because they relate to the characters and they see the loneliness being glorified. Autistic people tend to have difficulty interacting with people. It can be exhausting, and it's easy to give up. Some autistic people can start to define themselves by their loner tendencies and that is dangerous because no matter what, we are social animals.
NeoSoldner Hace 6 meses
Imagine not realizing that Sherlock's emotional growth was literally the reason not only his sister tricked him, but why he failed so many times in the 3rd and 4th season. Emotion destroyed Sherlock's talent, it did not enhance it.
NeoSoldner Hace 6 meses
In this video the same tumblr fangirls who are responsible for ruining the last two seasons of Sherlock excuse it by denying that geniuses exist. It's not a myth, it's the story of almost every great inventor or artist in history. And so many of them lost their genius when they gained social skills. Emotion destroys great men. Which, of course, its the goal of the type of people who run this channel.
climbinguphill Hace 6 meses
What I'm not crying over Sherlock and Watson's beautiful friendship that's just ridiculous
Hallows4 Hace 6 meses
You may already have this in the works, but this year marks the 80th anniversary of "The Wizard of Oz", and I think it would be a crime to not do at least one video remarking on its technological and story-telling breakthroughs, as well as its unmatched cultural legacy.
Andres Coronado
Andres Coronado Hace 6 meses
Dear Screen Prism Since you are amazing at analyzing movies and series, and since Sex in the City is obviously off the table, could you do Desperate Housewives?
Jack Steel
Jack Steel Hace 6 meses
Love your channel but you literally through James Damore under the bus for his memo encouraging Google to scrap the loner myth and place more emphasis on relationships in order to attract women. Exactly what this video is about.
Jaee Ponde
Jaee Ponde Hace 6 meses
This was the same case in house! He keeps pretending as if he doesn’t care about anything at all, but we see his soft side with cuddy and his softest side with Wilson. Wilson does something to house that makes him feel a comfort and feel like he doesn’t have to put up a face that’s inhuman. The series ends with him and Wilson to show that above everything, his job his love life or his ‘I don’t care’ nature he chooses Wilson i.e, he chooses emotion
Regan Levitte
Regan Levitte Hace 6 meses
This may be your best and most important video yet. Thank you.
Jobs mine
Jobs mine Hace 6 meses
This tv serious is so overrated and the Sherlock character in this show is just too much of perfection, which is highly improbable. I quickly got fade up with it, I prefer the Robert Downey Jr ones.
Zac Bergart
Zac Bergart Hace 6 meses
good job
Temple NUT!
Temple NUT! Hace 6 meses
Fan of your channel. Alot of your content is framed as "Why we like x". Do y'all plan on producing videos focusing on critique of media? There is some similar content here but mainly neutral toned breakdowns.
djhutchison Hace 6 meses
Modern interpretations of Holmes push the genius angle *way* too far. Holmes was never meant to be some unattainable freak of nature, he was meant to show that scientific method and reason could be applied to criminal investigation to the benefit of society. Holmes himself maintained that anyone could do what he did, with the proper training and knowledge base...
Freedom 3:16
Freedom 3:16 Hace 6 meses
Love to see another series
Diana Am
Diana Am Hace 6 meses
We can always count on the ESvid comment section to reveal all the hidden geniuses of the internet
Johnathon Haney
Johnathon Haney Hace 6 meses
The Snark is strong in this one!
Elaffi Hace 6 meses
So true! I feel like I'm living through a second Age of Enlightenment when I read them
palehorse2032 Just here to talk
You had me until you completely mischaracterized the essay by James Damore. By the way, that was extremely irresponsible.
Rosie O
Rosie O Hace 6 meses
This is a bad take: this version of Sherlock is almost myopic in how he worships his own excellence, and the writing of the show is just awful. Sherlock Holmes, as a character, has never really fitted into the stereotype of the loner genius. There were Conan Doyle stories where he just decided to *help* people, because he wanted to, and he had a deep respect for other people and a deep understanding of human nature, as in the Pearl of Death (a loose adaptation of The Adventure of the Six Napoleons). Just because Stephen Moffat misunderstood the point of Sherlock as a detective and as a human doesn't mean that every does, or that the (rare) instances when Sherlock acts like a human and not a super smart Übermensch are praiseworthy when the rest of the series is so abysmal.
wariyoshidirector Hace 6 meses
I don't know, I didn't fall in love with the idea of Sherlock opening up to people. Sociopaths can on rare occasions form bonds with people, but in my eyes he only kept John with him for his own benefit. John built up his ego by calling him a genius a lot, and it also becomes more practical to have a partner on your team when you're chasing after criminals- ESPECIALLY a skilled doctor. Sociopaths don't care about making people feel good. They're emotional manipulators and extreme narcissists. Sherlock blatantly displays these traits, and I think that instead of the show being about Sherlock slowly becoming a good person, the show SHOULD have been about John slowly realizing what having a sociopathic friend means, questioning his relationship with Sherlock and confronting him about it only for both characters to come to mutually respect one another's differences. John should have accepted that Sherlock was a sociopath who couldn't be changed and should just be accepted for who he is, and Sherlock should have realized that his narcissism was blinding him to how his friend has some sort of use besides as a lackey due to his ability to form emotional attachments and his above-average intelligence that Sherlock underestimates. What we should have gotten was a critical look at how we interpret sociopaths/psychopaths in media as these "misunderstood" characters whereas what we got was boring, samey assurance that "everybody has some good in them, and all it takes is a few good friends to make them bring it out," which is honestly a dangerous mindset to have. A lot of people go into abusive relationships with people like that thinking that they can fix them, and they stay with these evil people because they just keep getting emotionally manipulated which is exactly what Sherlock does. Yes Sherlock does good things, but he isn't a good person because he does good things for his own personal gain. So really while I loved the first season and liked the second season (although it has a lot more dumb bullshit in it than the first), the third season didn't really hit home with me because every episode played out like an episode of Doctor Who. Which is fine for Doctor Who because it's about a guy who's a stand-in for the ideal British protagonist- The ultimate good- Fighting against a generic antagonist, but Sherlock was supposed to be a thrilling crime drama about semi-realistic humans doing remarkable things.
meg arbo
meg arbo Hace 6 meses
As usual, the BBC does it best.
The Real Viper
The Real Viper Hace 6 meses
Feelings play no part in genius
The Real Viper
The Real Viper Hace 6 meses
History’s greatest inventions and scientific breakthroughs have been done with men who were alone, think Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, and Nicola Tesla.
Rahim Yazid
Rahim Yazid Hace 6 meses
Edison never invented anything. He just a businessman.
PhilFromSchool Hace 6 meses
good video, as usual. it heavily spoils the season 4 finale though, so a warning might help for unfamiliar viewers
Justin Holmes
Justin Holmes Hace 6 meses
Another shameless misrepresentation of the Damore memo.
Aldozzy Hace 6 meses
Loner genius probably comes from people with Asperger syndrome
olivia slusser
olivia slusser Hace 6 meses
Great analysis! Would love to see a video on Moriarty
khnopff71 Hace 6 meses
The 'loner genius myth' was invented, for the most part, by people who weren't genius-level intellects to begin with. Which, when you think about it, is why intelligence is so poorly represented in movies and tv. It's why 35% of the eligible voters in the US think Donald Trump is "a very stable genius." It doesn't take money to make money but it does take intelligence to portray intelligence properly. Furthermore, geniuses come in all forms: from atypical loner to gregarious leader. As a dramatic fulcrum, and due to lack of true intellectual breadth, the atypical loner myth, with anti-social tendencies, tend to make better characters (in the same way villains are more interesting to watch than good guys, for the most part.) A happy, well-adjusted genius, successful (both personally and socially)...imagine that kind of person in a 'modern' situational drama?
bluebanshee3 Hace 6 meses
All the things I love about Sherlock. :) The series had the most beautiful heart.
atenahena Hace 6 meses
I mean, why’s it a lie tho...u named all those successful loner geniuses who are arguably at the top of their respective fields
Merkwurdiig Hace 6 meses
You’re sponsored and still have two ads? Jesus Maria
TinyMustache Hace 6 meses
Could you do Spider-man into the Spiderverse soon?
Chayyiel Hace 6 meses
Nice turning it into the Oppression Olympics, about race and sex. Anyway, Sherlock shows all the staples of high-functioning autism, as do almost all the characters in that trope. Kind of fascinating how many of these videos miss that.
Hannah Joseph
Hannah Joseph Hace 6 meses
I love him 😍
cheekyboy5000 Hace 6 meses
Socialism FTW! Lol, seriously, the reality is that all great innovations are about teams and groups and communities. Even things like novels and great inventions and art and music.
A shitty screen capture Channel
In SOME cases.
Ricky Hunt
Ricky Hunt Hace 6 meses
We as a society venerate genuis or people with higher above average intelligence. However our view of intelligence is really limited to scholarly, technological, or scientific intelligence. When in reality their are many different kinds of intelligence of course this vid covers emotional intelligence or empathy but theres also survival or ingenuity intelligence. For example we see the inhabitants of North Sentinel Island are simple people without any intelligence yet they have been able to survive at least 60,000 years on a isolated Island cut off from the rest of the world. In that time period they have had to undoubtedly deal with numeous natural disasters, low numbers, sickness, etc. And they have managed to thrive in that environment. If that does not show a type of intelligence I don't know what does. We need to open our minds about what Intelligence is. If Neil Degrasse Tyson was put in a Robinson Crusoe type situation it is highly unlikely that even with all his knowledge he would be able to survive. The way we measure in intelligence is extremely limited even in testing the intelligence of other animals.
Johnathon Haney
Johnathon Haney Hace 6 meses
@Ricky Hunt Don't know if it has a formal name but that's what I call it.
Ricky Hunt
Ricky Hunt Hace 6 meses
@Johnathon Haney Didn't know it had a name. I agree Coyotes are a good example.
Johnathon Haney
Johnathon Haney Hace 6 meses
That type of intelligence you're citing is of the adaptation variety. Coyotes (that is, the actual animal and not the human smugglers who have taken that name) are another good example of this and THEY managed to survive the modern world cutting into their habitat.
Lewis Davidson
Lewis Davidson Hace 6 meses
This was a nice breakdown. Would you guys consider going near Hannibal (2013-15) and dissecting the character of Will Graham? In many ways, they are smilar but Graham's character is a more realistic interpretation of a loner genius.
Karol Bielik
Karol Bielik Hace 6 meses
mark zucc is reptilian
purplecat paws
purplecat paws Hace 6 meses
You should look at the series 'The Librariand' on TNT. It's comprised of a cast of geniuses working together to both save the world and be better people. It does a lot to make geniuses look less like robots
Buchi Chu
Buchi Chu Hace 6 meses
But...isn’t every “loner-Genius” character arc exactly this? I don’t see how this is any less cliche than every other example. They all end up learning they have a heart all along to evolve, usually through a friend or lover, if not they become villains. This is nothing new.
Sidd Sen
Sidd Sen Hace 6 meses
The loneliest of men aren't thinkers. They are feelers.
Richard_22_ Hace 6 meses
Sherlock is the most non Batman, Batman on tv. Also love the Sherlock show. From season 1-4.
Byron MacGreggor
Byron MacGreggor Hace 6 meses
My opinion probably won’t be popular, but I didn’t like this adaptation. It deserves credit for bringing new fans to the classic stories - but classic Holmes had plenty of friends - there are plenty of stories where he solves cases while a guest at a friends home, respect from and for Scotland Yard went both ways unlike in this show where they both seem to dislike one another, and he wasn’t obsessively jealous of Watson and his wife, on the contrary, Holmes is enthusiastic of Watson marrying Mary Morstan. Another thing is that Sherlock often felt that Watson only wrote stories about his boring cases, the sensational ones full of adventure, gunfights and singlestick were rarely documented. This Sherlock Holmes is just a mean person. It works for the first season, but he never develops or grows... it becomes hard to imagine anybody wanting to stay around him for months, let alone years.
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