In this joyous introduction to the major debates in Western philosophy, we see how cartoons can shed light and humour on life's Big Questions. Topics such as gender, morality and the meaning of life are examined here with a razor wit and eye.
Open this book (if it actually exists) and meet philosophers interrogating the world:
De Beauvoir on a building site.
Kant in a snowglobe.
Machiavelli on a tennis court.
This is philosophy as you've never seen it before.
Publisher: Oneworld Publications
Number of pages: 320
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 23 mm
'I very much enjoyed it. Funny, succinct...just like a good cartoon.'-- Matthew Dooley, award-winning cartoonist and author of The Practical Implications of Immortality
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