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I Think, Therefore I Laugh
cover.Pooh and the Philosophers : In Which It Is Shown That All of Western Philosophy Is Merely a Preamble to Winnie-The-Pooh by John Tyerman Williams, Ernest H. Shepard (Illustrator)

In this splendidly preposterous volume, John Tyerman Williams sets out to prove beyond all reasonable doubt that the whole of Western philosophy - from the ancient Greeks to the existentialists of this century - may be found in the works of A. A. Milne. Williams shows how Pooh - referred to here as "the Great Bear" - explains and illuminates the most profound ideas of the great thinkers, from Aristotle and Plato to Sartre and Camus. 

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Dharma The Cat's Philosophy With Fur

Awards ProgramCreated and maintained by David Lourie.   Dharma The Cat's Philosophy With Fur blends philosophy, humor and spirituality. It has won the "10 Best On The Web" Award, and the Buddhist cartoons are translated into 8 languages. Its Inter-Faith Forum also provides an excellent basis for home study or classroom assignments.


Harpeau Crapaud University

Harpeau Crapaud University gives a free post-graduate course leading to a Doctorate of Karmic law degree.

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Philosophical Humor

Maintained by David Chalmers.  This page consists of an extensive lists of links to philosophical humor.


A Shakespearian Rag

A Techno-Parable by Frank Edler, Metropolitan Community College Omaha, Nebraska.


Dumbsheep's Domain

Through modern examples using computer jargon, profound philosophical concepts can be easily understood. Removal of ignorance is an analog process (education) while enlightenment is a digital state of awareness. Philosophy can be fun, too!


Electric Frog

For free, philosophical graphics and graphical advice for the perplexed...


Milk -- Mad Philosophy Guild 


The Mad Philosophy Guild: Who said philosophers can't have a sense of humor? Lighthearted dealings with all things under the broad spectrum of philosophy.


Philosophical Humor- An Oxymoron?

Maintained by Michael Patton.  This page consists of a medium list of links to philosophical humor.


The Philosophical Lexicon

Created and maintained by Daniel Dennett.


The pantheon of philosophy has contributed previous little to the English language, compared with other fields. What can philosophy offer to compare with the galvanizing volts, ohms and watts of physics, the sandwiches, cardigans, and raglan sleeves of the British upper crust, the sado-masochism of their Continental counterparts, or even the leotards of the circus world? We speak of merely platonic affairs, and Gilbert Ryle has given his name to a measure of beer (roughly three-quarters of a pint), but the former is inappropriate to say the least, and the latter is restricted to the patois used in certain quarters of Oxford. There are, of course, the legion of pedantic terms ending in "ian" and "ism", such as "neo-Augustinian Aristotelianism", "Russellian theory of descriptions", and such marginally philosophic terms as "Cartesian coordinate" and "Machiavellian", but these terms have never been, nor deserved to be, a living part of the language. To remedy this situation we propose that philosophers make a self-conscious effort to adopt the following new terms. With a little practice these terms can become an important part of your vocabulary, to the point that you will wonder how philosophy ever proceeded without them.


The View from the Clouds

Created by the University of Mississippi Graduate Students.  

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