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David Chalmers has a page of links to jokes, songs, and satire about Philosophy. As with all aspects of Philosophy, the standard is variable. Read more...
Particularly like the 'Allegory of the Trolley Problem Paradox'
Not being too far out of A-level Philosophy it's a neat summary of two years of study.
Ayaz Manji |
13/01/2011 at 09:12 PM
Ahh! I had forgotten about this. I remember stumbling upon this trove when examining his papers challenging Dennett's views and vice-versa.
Ben Nunquam |
26/01/2011 at 05:28 AM
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