Leah Libresco…

…has awesome Philosophy T-Shirts that All Mankind badly needs.

By the way, speaking of awesome T-shirts:

I already have mine. How can you not have yours yet?

I’m thinking of creating something similar with a black on red mugshot of Yr Obdt Svt and “Viva Shea!” legend on it. Any takers?

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  • Hmm, should the American Chesterton Society charge for the XXL and XXXL shrits, which are, after all, more Chestertonian?

  • Your bad pun reminds me of the time some friends and I planned on opening a Cuban/French restaurant. We were going to call Chez Guverra.

  • Do it, Mark. But it has to be that Samuel L Jackson-esque meme of you with the gun (from Manalive). I’d buy it.

  • So this man tries to use logic to convince people who are inclined to “believing” things?
    “God” in religion is equivalent to “Axioms” in geometry. “Axioms” by definition cannot be proved. So “Axioms” are neither true nor false.
    Tell this to your follower “God cannot be proved to exist or not!”
    “Axioms” are, btw, created by mathematicians. ~WeiTa Pu

    I found this comment here: http://www.npr.org/2012/09/15/160610371/embracing-diversity-in-a-multi-faith-world and I thought of you because you love math and God, so I thought you’d find it interesting.