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Tag Archives: Existential Comics
Click through for full version. continued at Twelve Angry Philosophers – Existential Comics. I think the final panels in the full version represent the end result of most philosophical debates. Not that we shouldn’t have those debates, but we should be … Continue reading
Click through for full sized version, and philosophical explanation if you’re not familiar with David Chalmer’s and Daniel Dennett’s positions on philosophical zombies. Philosophy Humans – Existential Comics. I can’t say I’ve ever been too impressed with the idea of … Continue reading
(Click through for the rest, and for a caption explaining the philosophy referenced.) via Philosophy Tech Support – Existential Comics. Does philosophy have a responsibility to be relevant to real world problems? This is a question often asked of science. I … Continue reading
What is happiness? I think anyone who has ever given the question serious thought realizes that there is no one simple answer. Click though for the full version. via A Dialog on Happiness – Existential Comics. I would say that Amencia’s … Continue reading
Click through to see the full sized version, and a popup bubble comment from the author. via Buried Treasure – Existential Comics. If you don’t know much about these guys, Marx wants to divide up in the communist manner, Rawls wants … Continue reading
Click through to see the full version. Be sure not to miss the popup bubble on the second page. via The Sighting – Existential Comics.
Existential comics explores a common truth about life. Click through for the full version. via Two Brothers – Existential Comics. It took me a long time to recognize the truth this comic explores. Whatever path in life we choose, we’ll always wonder … Continue reading
The profound thoughts of a sniper. Click through to read the whole thing. via The Sniper – Existential Comics.
I would have just shared this on Twitter, but it seemed relevant to our conversation on the ‘Philosophy that ignores science‘ thread, that I decided to highlight on the blog. Click through to read the whole thing. via existentialcomics.com/comic/14