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Over the past couple of days there’s been a flurry of posts over at Brian Leiter’s blog, all concerning goofy ways in which famous philosophers’ names have entered the rest of the world. Yes, a bit geeky, but in case you’re interested, here it is.



  1. Stuart says:

    I was just reading the comments on that post and found a link to another philosophy humor site. I’d never seen it before, so I thought I’d pass it along:

    Philosophical Powers

    This guy made a bunch of famous philosophers into action figures. Check out Aristotle (AKA Aris-Total Destruction) and Nietzsche with eternally recurring punch action!


  2. Huenemann says:

    Ha ha! I love the Spinoza one, too!


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