Nice to meet a dragon these days that isn’t a Game of Thrones nor a Wagnerian dragon.
More evidence for the idea that any philosophical system extended too far develops problems.
It’s in the detail!
The allusion surely does not need explication here at CIDU!
Okay, we’ll allow an Ewww-LOL this time!
Is it fair to give “philosophy” credit for all this? Should every human concept or idea that people thought of be attributed to “philosophy”? Should we be criticizing “philosophy” for coming up with racism, sexism, and nationalism? For justifying genocide and slavery? Discuss.
The job of drawing Sisyphus-related cartoons, and keeping track of them, never seems to approach an end, as noted by
Arvy, who contributed these first three.
The collaboration of cartoon artist Harry Bliss with comedian Steve Martin has now resulted in a book. For those who haven’t used up their NYT views, here is a review of the book:
Steve Martin wanted to make cartoons, but he can only draw stick figures. He teamed up with the illustrator Harry Bliss, and the result is their new book, “A Wealth of Pigeons.”
New York Times 2020-11-11
Sometime-NewYorker cartoonist Jason Adam Katzenstein can’t seem to let go of the Sisyphus theme! The “work at home” one also qualifies for our “pandemic-related” tag.
In addition to those from
Arvy, here’s a long one from Existential Comics.
And another one: