Camus Teaches Elementary Scohol
"Yes, life is suffering, but it is still worth living because sometimes you get to make children cry, and that's pretty funny."
Simone Weil vs the Existentialists
Maybe we are authentic in our own way, alright? Maybe it is authentic to sacrifice nothing for your beliefs, okay?
"Just because every girl I've ever witnessed in the past has preferred Camus to me, doesn't mean they will in the future!"
We Must Imagine Sisyphus as having Met Camus
"The absolute nerve of some people."
Green Eggs and the Absurd
If I'm honest though, the green eggs were still pretty gross.
Punk Rock Philosophy
Exisentialism is the most punk rock philosophy, but Diogenes is the most punk rock philosopher.
Sartre, what would you do? I would do nothing. Just sit on my ass all day. You don't need to be an immortal God to do nothing, man, Merleau-Ponty does nothing and he is going to die any day.
Philosophers And Physicists
The wisdom nerds got back at them eventually by throwing into the doubt the clear demarcation between science and non-science.
Jenga and the Meaning of Life
As renowned philosopher Al Davis said, the meaning life is to just win, baby.
Good Cop, Existential Despair Cop
Yes, there is ultimately no point in convicting criminals, but a true absurd hero must realize that and lock them all up anyway.
Social Contract Theory: The Game
It turns out that when you agree to play a game with Camus, you implicitly agree to the "Camus Contract". That means Camus is gonna do whatever the fuck he wants.
It's Always Sunny in Paris 2
de Beauvoir: "Wait, weren't we supposed to be defeating the Nazis?" Camus: "Oh yeah, that's right. Oh well, I'm sure it will work itself out."
It's Always Sunny in Paris
Camus: "Wait, so if the meaning of life is arbitrary, maybe it can just be seducing as many girls as possible?" Sartre: "It isn't that arbitrary."
A Day in the Life of Albert Camus
Of course, it was really a meta commentary on how art can never fully communicate the inward feelings of the artist.
Albert Camus, Existential Agent
"Oh also, I slept with your Mom, but that wasn't really part of it."
Immanuel Kant: the 40 Year Old Virgin
Earlier that night: "Is that really what you are wearing?" "Yes, men love huge feather hats. They find them very attractive." "Alright...whatever, let's just go."
Sexy Vampires and Existential Philosophy
Yeah I mean, life is meaningless and all, but it turns out being a sexy vampire is kind of alright.
Heidegger used to host the show, but he was fired after some...off color remarks.
Dungeons and Dragons and Philosophers VI: The Angsty Dragon of Angst
It's better to not even begin playing D&D than it is to play as a Bard.
We must imagine Sisyphus as having a hard time readjusting to civilian life
It went out of business pretty quickly, but Sisyphus realized that like 90% of jobs are doing the same thing over and over, so he was fine.
Albert Camus: the Absurd Hero
Is this comic unfair to Camus? Yeah, but that's just part of the absurdity of the world, you know?
Although Sartre was obviously in bad faith when he said that Nietzsche has a terrible mustache, because come on.
A very spooky philosophy Halloween
Camus came dressed as himself, because what is really scary is how sexy he is.
Existential Shopping Network
Also, if there are any hot actresses watching, give me a call.
When you think about it, any club can be a fight club with enough spirit.
Sartre: A Show About Nothingness
"Albert, this report you turned in. It's crap." "Or maybe it's just so brilliant you just don't understand it." "No, it's definitely crap" "Damn you Simone!"
Philosophy News Network
That's what people mean when they talk about "experimental philosophy" right?
Eventually they figured out that Kafka was actually fired years ago, but due to a glitch in the payroll system he kept getting paid. So they fixed the glitch.
Sartre stopped inviting Kierkegaard, because Kierkegaard kept giving him crosses and trying to get him to talk about the stages of despair.
Twelve Angry Philosophers
What? You didn't expect twelve philosophers to agree on something did you?
Candyland and the Nature of the Absurd
Sartre and Camus told everyone that their falling out was over politics, but really it was mostly over Sartre evoking "radical freedom" one too many times at game night
Camus called back later, putting on a deep voice and bad German accent, pretending to be Heidegger, but Sartre had installed caller ID.
World Cup Philosophy: Germany vs France
For best results, the commentator should be read in the voice of Michael Palin
The Analytics at the Bar
Unfortunately, all the girls left the bar too - scared off by William James