Heidegger vs. Nietzsche.
In the Elite 8 of sports ruiners, Michel Foucault knocked out Gilles Deleuze. Friedrich Nietzsche willed his way to victory over Karl Marx, Arthur Schopenhauer’s misanthropy triumphed over…
Who will become the champion sport-ruiner?
In the Round of 32, Critical-Theory fans obliterated my faith in them and humanity. Among the travesties: Ayn Rand lost to Gilles Deleuze and Diogenes lost to Jacques Derrida (perhaps C-T readers are more comfortable with public masturbation than intellectual masturbation). The good news: Former overrated champion Noam Chomsky was knocked out by Martin Heidegger (his friends, after all, ruined the 1936 Olympics) and Jean Baudrillard knocked out Slavoj Zizek.
Who is most likely to ruin a sporting event?
While some petite bourgeois imposters have sprung about, we’ve decided to examine another fascinating question. Of philosophy’s many personalities, which is most likely to ruin a sporting event?
Adam Smith hits the Zizek-slayer Alain Badiou, while Jurgen Habermas and Noam Chomsky fight for the title.
Descartes and Smith battle it out for most overrated old dead white person.
Butler vs Beauvoir, Zizek vs Lacan, oh the horror!