sexta-feira, 2 de novembro de 2012

Internacional Citacionismo/A Very Little History of Philosophy

Depois de A Little History of Philosophy, Nigel Warbuton faz no seu blog, virtual philosopher, um exercício intitulado A Very Little History of Philosophy. A filosofia sempre falou grego e demais, por isso o que se segue não é a logomaquia ateniense, não é o laconismo espartano, é um exercício de micro-historiografia automática.

Socrates: Let’s talk about it.
Plato: Hey caveman, get real!
Aristotle: Eudaimonia or you die moanier.
Epicurus: Death? Not my problem.
Descartes: You’re not dreaming.
Spinoza: I’m not into bondage.
Locke: You look blank.
Berkeley: Ideaology
Hume: You’re a natural.
Rousseau: Chain reaction.
Burke: You say you want a revolution…
Kant: Cool shades, but you can’t take them off.
Hegel: Synthetic fabric.
Bentham: Harmless fun.
Mill: Don’t be a pig.
Marx: Glory, glory, man united!
Kierkegaard: Jump!
Peirce: An icon
Frege: What are you referring to?
Russell: What do you mean there’s no king of France?
Wittgenstein: I’m not going to tell you.
Ayer: Logical positivism – hooray!
Popper: Unconvince me.
Sartre: Don’t wait!
Camus: It’s only rock and roll but I like it.
Rawls: Justice for reasonable people.
Rand: Justice for nutters.
Foot: Track changes.
Kuhn: Can you believe this shift?
Singer: Good bye pork pie.
Sandel: You sold what?

Nigel Warburton, virtual philosopher

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