New Wedding Customs Of The (Probably Near) Future

Chaos Pet glimpses the future: Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Daily Hilarity: Incredibly Easy Moral Dilemmas

Do theists even believe themselves when they say that atheists would not be able to know right from wrong without religion?  Do they really think we’d reply like the guy in green in that cartoon? (Cartoon courtesy of Chaos Pet, of course.) Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Reading Nietzsche Post-Modernly

This week from Chaos Pet: And find out why Nester is frustrated with time travel here. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Judge This: Who Is Responsible For This Death?

A new variation of James Rachels’s classic thought experiment against the distinction between killing and letting die from Chaos Pet: Well, who is really responsible?  Bob?  George?  Both?  Neither? Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Philosophy In-Joke Hilarity Galore

When you do philosophy for a living, philosophy novices are frequently inflicting on you the same small stock of stale and unimaginative philosophy jokes and overrated Monty Python philosophy related sketches. So that’s probably why I find this contemporary, philosophically acute, esoteric latest comic strip from Chaos Pet strip a  breath of fresh, hilarious air: [Read More...]

Philosophers’ Blog Carnival

Welcome to The Philosophers’ Blog Carnival at Camels With Hammers! (via Peter Mandik’s Brain Hammer) First I want to kick things off with a super post not actually submitted to the carnival but worth your attention nonetheless. Phil Goetz writes: The history of religions sometimes resembles the history of viruses. Judaism and Islam were both [Read More...]


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