Daimon

Frame 1 Socrates is looking at a piece of cheese Voice: SOCRATES, IT’S FORBIDDEN Socrates: WHO IS IT? Voice: IT’S ME, YOUR DAIMON  Frame 2 Socrates is eating cheese anyway. Although he tries to hide himself  Frame 3 There is huge inscription, like in horror movie, “IT’S FORBIDDEN”. Socrates is running away from the inscription, he’s terribly scared. Socrates: AAA!
Starring: Socrates


It’s always better to listen to your Daimon.

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Emptiness

------------------------- Frame 1 Sartre is sitting inside the empty frame and is deeply sad Sartre: EVERYTHING IS LOST, THE ONLY THING THAT STAYS IT’S EMPTINESS  Frame 2 Sartre lost his colours, he’s vanishing Sartre: THIS EMPTINESS WILL ABSORB ME! I SHOULD DO SOMETHING ABOUT THIS…’DO SOMETHING ABOUT THIS’ SO EASY TO SAY…  Frame 3 Sartre is almost vanished Sartre: TO DO SOMETHING, IT’S HUGE AND OVERWHELMING RESPONSIBILITY…BUT SHOULDN’T I PREPARE MYSELF FOR THIS AT FIRST?
Starring: Jean Paul Sartre


Jean Paul sometimes is really depressing.

Leaflet

101-Leaflet  I Frame Sokrates: BY ZEUS! DAVID! WHAT HAPPENED? David: OH! SOCRATES, EXISTENCE BRINGS ABOUT SUFFERING.  II Frame Sokrates: I SEE THAT YOU HAVE BEEN READING SARTRE LATELY Hume: HOW COME, YOU KNOW THAT? Sokrates: EVERYBODY IS READING HIM AND THEY LOOKS EXACTLY LIKE YOU DO.  III Frame Sokrates uśmiecha się pod nosem. Sokrates:I THINK THAT INFORMATION LEAFLETS  INFORMING YOU ABOUT SIDE EFFECTS SUCH AS SADNESS, GLOOM OR INSOMNIA SHOULD BE ATTACHED TO SOME BOOKS...   Starring: Socrates, David Hume
Starring: Socrates, David Hume


You should never read Sartre when you are in bad mood, it won’t help it will make things worse

A good deed

87-Good deed<br />I Frame<br />A car is broken. Philosophers stand around the car.<br />Socrates: WHAT A LUCK THAT YOU WERE PASSING BY. I WOULDN'T MAKE ON MY OWN... HOW CAN I REWARD YOU?<br />Kant: COME ON, IT'S NOTHING...AND IT'S THE OBLIGATION.<br />Spinoza: NO BIG DEAL...EVERYBODY AIMS TO GOODNESS...<br />II Frame<br />Car is fixed, everybody is happy :-)<br />Socrates: BUT I'M SO GRATEFUL. MAYBE THERE IS A WAY TO RECOMPENSE YOU...<br />Spinoza: GOOD DEED DOESN'T NEED A REWARD IT'S A REWARD ITSELF<br />III Ramka<br />It turn's out that Immanuel really likes money<br />Kant : ACTUALLY I WOULDN'T MIND 5 EURO<br />Spinoza, Sokcrates: ?<br />Starring: Immanutel Kant, Bennedict Spinoza, Socrates

Starring: Immanuel Kant, Socrates, Benedict Spinoza


According to Immanuel good deed to be good can’t be pleasure. Less pleasure for maker means more good in a deed. So if  money make deed is less pleasure it’s better to take them.  And we agree that this is a little misinterpretation of Immanuel’s ethics..