Fear and Loathing in French Phenomenology
Sartre: "shit it looks like I wrote a meandering novel about a 30 something guy filled with a kind of aimless existential angst, not again..."
The Life and Philosophy of Michel Foucault
"Prison, it totally sucks man, even worse than I thought." - Michel Foucault, probably, if he ever experienced prison life first hand.
Foucault Builds a School
It turns out the real prison is having to be the guy who runs the prison.
Jeremy Bentham Designs a Prison
"But you don't understand, they will be happy in the end to be subjugated completely to my will."
The Game of Life
Foucault's Editor: "could you maybe try to state your point a little more clearly and concisely?" Foucault: "clear writing is one island of the carceral archipelago; binding, punishing, surveillance at all times the mind of the writer, forcing his thoughts to break down into so called scientific modes of grammar, that confine creativity and restrict freedom into contained and approved modes of expression." Editor: "...what?" Foucault: "In other words, no, I won't."
that part about the lyres is totally true btw
The Council of Elrond
On second thought, maybe I'll just use the ring real quick to put down this communist revolution. In fact, maybe I should work with Sauron to stamp out communism everywhere...
France's Next Great Philosopher
The good looking guy won.
The Bar Fight
Not shown: Camus triumphantly rebelling against the absurd by picking up a woman at the bar.
The French Play Monopoly
Most people don't realize this, but according to the official rules if you play with the top hat you can't go to jail.
World Cup Philosophy: Germany vs France
For best results, the commentator should be read in the voice of Michael Palin
Dungeons & Dragons & Philosophers
About half the time spent on this comic was spent on figuring out how exactly Simone de Beauvoir's hair works, and it still ended up looking terrible. I make no apologies for Derrida's hair, however, for no artist alive can capture that glorious mane.