Can you do philosophy with comics? “Yeah, sure, easy.” But why do it? (more…)
It’s that time of the year again, when academics buried in grading are happily distracted by the pleasures of shopping for holiday presents. (more…)
If you are still in the market for presents, or just want some cool philosophy stuff… (more…)
As you all know, Daily Nous publishes original comic strips from four wonderful philosopher-artists: Rachel Katler, Tanya Kostochka, Ryan Lake, and Pete Mandik. Occasionally I’ll get inquiries from readers about how to acquire versions of their artwork. Well, I’m happy to announce that all four of them now have their work available for sale in various formats—the ..
I am very excited to announce that Daily Nous will soon have its own comic strips!
The call for cartoonists generated so many good submissions that I couldn’t pick just one of them—instead, there will be four. Each of the four strips will appear one at a time, on Tuesdays or Thursdays, every other week. The artists (and their strips) are Rachel Katler (Ad Hoc),..
“I’m sorry Bentham, but the thing-in-itself is bit harder to depict than a goddman panopticon!”
Well done, Existential Comics.
Let’s get a list of good philosophical comic strips going. Post one you like. If it is online, great; list a brief description along with the web address, like so:
Dinosaur Comics on philosophical progress – http://www.qwantz.com/index.php?comic=787.
If you just have a hard copy, take a photo of it and post it somewhere online. Or, if you can’t do that, send the p..
Take Parfit’s teletransporters, add “someone’s modus ponens is another’s modus tollens,” throw in a dash of existentialism, and you’ll get “The Machine“, an interesting philosophy comic from Existential Comics (there are some other goods ones there, too; be warned that at least one of them is bit racy). See also John Weldon’s animated story about teletransportation,..