Can we trust our own sensory perceptions? How can we be certain of anything in a world where our minds are constantly lying to us?
The Onion: Business Week ranked the airport last in customer satisfaction due to long delays, bureaucratic employees, and overall oppressive atmosphere.
Published in March, 2014, “Zizek’s Jokes” is a small book that claims to have captured the entirety of Slavoj Zizek’s published jokes in English, variations and all. Some of the jokes provide hilarious insight into Hegelian dialectics, Lacanian psychoanalysis or ideology. Others are just funny.
I’ve never been one to seek romance on Craigslist, but if I did, it’s probably a good idea to invent weirdly specific scenarios about inter-Marxist philosophical conflicts. After reading this San Francisco personal seeking a “degenerate Trotskyite,” anarchist, or revisionist Communist Party member, I’m a bit inspired. Perhaps, “Deleuzian seeks raging Lacanian to make an Oedipal triangle? “
A comic from Existential Comics and a terrible Upworthy-inspired headline.
Watch the philosophy of Immanuel Kant explained in this three minute video.
Featuring level 5 rogue “Damiens the Regicide” as played by Michel Foucault.
Did you hear the one about Hegel and negation?
Onward, global meowletariat!