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

Philosophy Jeopardy



Things Schopenhauer hates:
Hegel
Noise
Life itself
Hegel
Everything else
Things Schopenhauer hates: Hegel Noise Life itself Hegel Everything else

The Philosophy of Teenage Language


That's right, those penis jokes were just the setup for that sweet, sweet indeterminacy of translation payoff.
That's right, those penis jokes were just the setup for that sweet, sweet indeterminacy of translation payoff.

Product Testing


REVOLUTION!
REVOLUTION!

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

Risk: a Game of Conquest, a Game of Philosophy


This comic actually takes place over the course of seven hours. Not shown was the six hours and fifty five minutes of rolling dice and swearing.
This comic actually takes place over the course of seven hours. Not shown was the six hours and fifty five minutes of rolling dice and swearing.

Language Games: Philosophers Play Pictionary



Growing up in a wealthy home, Wittgenstein never actually saw a beetle as a child. When he asked his parents and relatives what a beetle looked like, they gave descriptions, but he could tell they didn't know either. As he grew older, he theorized that no one had ever actually seen a beetle. He told all his philosopher friends, who just got really excited and assumed that he was making a profound point regarding the nature of language. He was too embarrassed to correct them and simply pretended like that was what he meant all along. He still isn't sure what a beetle is to this day, or if they even exist at all.
Growing up in a wealthy home, Wittgenstein never actually saw a beetle as a child. When he asked his parents and relatives what a beetle looked like, they gave descriptions, but he could tell they didn't know either. As he grew older, he theorized that no one had ever actually seen a beetle. He told all his philosopher friends, who just got really excited and assumed that he was making a profound point regarding the nature of language. He was too embarrassed to correct them and simply pretended like that was what he meant all along. He still isn't sure what a beetle is to this day, or if they even exist at all.

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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