Heidegger vs. Nietzsche.
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Philosopher March Madness: The Final Four
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…
Philosopher March Madness: The Elite 8
Who will become the champion sport-ruiner?
Philosopher March Madness: The Bitter 16
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.
Philosopher March Madness: Round of 32
Who is most likely to ruin a sporting event?
March Madness: 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?
March Madness: The Final Four Advances
Adam Smith hits the Zizek-slayer Alain Badiou, while Jurgen Habermas and Noam Chomsky fight for the title.
March Madness: The Overrated 8
Descartes and Smith battle it out for most overrated old dead white person.
March Madness: The 16 Most Overrated Philosophers are Here
The Round of 32: The Overrated Philosophers Bracket Advances
Butler vs Beauvoir, Zizek vs Lacan, oh the horror!