A philosophy webcomic about the inevitable anguish of living a brief life in an absurd world. Also Jokes

The Vienna Circle Faces a Crisis of Logical Positivism


It didn't work.
It didn't work.

The Bar Fight


Not shown: Camus triumphantly rebelling against the absurd by picking up a woman at the bar.
Not shown: Camus triumphantly rebelling against the absurd by picking up a woman at the bar.

Analytic Office


You thought that last joke wasn't going to be an Office Space sketch? No. BOOM! Radical freedom, it's Seinfeld. And a bit of Dilbert.
You thought that last joke wasn't going to be an Office Space sketch? No. BOOM! Radical freedom, it's Seinfeld. And a bit of Dilbert.

Philosophical Investigations


But it turned out that the language games that they play in prison are actually pretty fun.
But it turned out that the language games that they play in prison are actually pretty fun.

The Philosophy of the Science of Poker



The Incommensurability of that one annoying friend who always goes all in
The Incommensurability of that one annoying friend who always goes all in

World Cup Philosophy: Germany vs France




For best results, the commentator should be read in the voice of Michael Palin
For best results, the commentator should be read in the voice of Michael Palin

The Analytics at the Bar


Unfortunately, all the girls left the bar too - scared off by William James
Unfortunately, all the girls left the bar too - scared off by William James

Dungeons & Dragons & Philosophers II: The Analytic Turn



Russell destroyed most of Frege's items too, when he threw the bag of holding into the portable hole. Frege was pretty cheesed off about it at first, but eventually he admitted it was his fault for not realizing that portable holes weren't quite as secure as he had thought.
Russell destroyed most of Frege's items too, when he threw the bag of holding into the portable hole. Frege was pretty cheesed off about it at first, but eventually he admitted it was his fault for not realizing that portable holes weren't quite as secure as he had thought.

The Germans Play Monopoly


I'm not sure what they expected, it was inevitable really.
I'm not sure what they expected, it was inevitable really.
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