Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Philosophy and Monty Python

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"My aim in this talk is to present a comprehensive overview of each and every one of the main themes endured by analytic philosophy in the last sixty years or so, and to argue the bold historical claim that the whole lot is well represented-indeed, often best represented-in the work of Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, and Michael Palin, collectively and henceforth referred to as "Monty Python." Since I have all of fifty minutes to make my case, I expect we'll have time for a song at the end..."
(Probably this song...)

Via the persistently exquisite monochrom, providing (at least) two more deeply philosophical links: Zombies invade philosophy and philosophical breakup lines.

1 comment:

talos said...

old commentsChristina:
Thank you Mihali, that was a treat!
And now some philosophy porn:
"Thus spank Zarathustra"
"A Posteriori Proposition"
"Fellatious Claims"
"Kant's 'On Fire'"

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