Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Plato's cave

I am totally using this next time I teach The Republic

From Clusterflock.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Argumentum ex ano

Well it is more convincing than the ontological argument.

Saturday, May 8, 2010


An XKCD that helps us understand the true attractions of being a dialtheist:

Tuesday, February 16, 2010


Another XKCD with a somewhat philosophical theme:

Philosophy Football

If I am going to include the Bruce sketch, and the Philosophy Song I guess I cannot neglect the Monty Python Philosophy Football sketch.

The Philosophy Song

This blog is becoming more and more just a location for me to post links to humorous philosophy videos... which is okay I guess.

Oxford Philosophy

I have always thought that the naming of post-war philosophy of language "Oxford Philosophy" was a fitting of a square peg into a round hole. It is common to want movements to fit into our already existing prejudices. Even though academia had developed and become more cosmopolitan by the 1950s people still liked to hearken back to the days when a philosophical school could be said to have a physical location, e.g. "the Oxford Realists". That being said, this is a wonderful parody of ordinary language philosophy, by Beyond the Fringe: