A brood comb

….philosophical and other notes….

Thoughts about few Half-Baked Rabbits On Sequoias

Posted by Tanas Gjorgoski on May 14, 2007

The title is just (what seemed to me) an interesting permutation of the words from the title of the previous post.

Anyway… few links…

In the comments, Richard (who, if you haven’t heard started a blog few days ago, called Philosophy Sucks!) pointed that on Devitt’s web page one can find Devitt’s book Designation in pdf format.

Other blog I stumbled on recently is The End Of Thoughts. I spent few pleasant hours the other day reading the posts there.

I saw this comic, and thought how a nice version could be with philosophers and thought-experiments (creating exact replicas of people, planets, weird creatures and all that). What do you do if you have original comic idea? I googled “make comics“, and there seems to be quite a few online tools which can help you build comics. I tried this one, and this was the result:

offer.png

Can I also remind you of my other attempt to make a comic about P.Churchland?

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4 Responses to “Thoughts about few Half-Baked Rabbits On Sequoias”

  1. Richard Brown said

    This is funny! It reminds me of a story that the tell about Thales. he is said to have invested a lot of money in one particular olive harvest (that he allegedly predicted would be a boon harvest) and to have made quite a bit of money just to show that philosophers could be rich and famous if they wanted to…but of course they did not want to!

  2. Thanks Richard! I thought of including Thales in there too, but it was too much text! GMTA :)

    BTW, it is not my original idea. I heard of the joke somewhere… -What do you get when you combine philosopher and Godfather? -An offer that you can’t understand.

    So it is based on that joke.

  3. Oliver Clozoff said

    This reminds me of a line from a song by Don Henley called “Gimme What you Got” from his “The End of the Innocence” album (1989):

    You cross a lawyer with the godfather, baby,
    Make you an offer that you can’t understand

    Does this mean that philosophers and lawyers are…

  4. Ah, so that is where that joke came from?

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