“Herd to the Ubermensch,” a song about Nietzsche and philosophy by Lostboyevsky.
In this week’s Existential Comics, Jean-Paul Sartre helps a listener quit smoking and takes a suspicious call from Calbert Amu.
Straight from the bowels of the internet, the best Tumblr you’ve seen all week (or month): Michelle Foucault. Mixing the hijinks of Michelle Tanner with the wisdom of Michelle Foucault, the site has been making the rounds on social media.
In West Konigsberg, born and raised, in a dogmatic slumber is where I spent most of my days.
“Mr. Nozick’s Neighborhood,” the latest comic from Existential Comics.
Existential Comics is a philosophy comic about, well, mostly Existentialism. Founded in December of 2013, it has since become a traffic behemoth drawing in over a million readers.
The latest from Existential Comics.
“You’re about to get your 8-year-old daughter the toy chemistry set she’s wanted for weeks, but at the store, she suddenly decides she wants a big stuffed bear instead. What do you get her?”
“Nietzsche seems to be trying to convince them that they can create their own meaning with the power of their will.”
It’s not the philosophy song we need, it’s the philosophy song we deserve.