Starring: Karl Marks
This is exactly how communism looked like, but in real it was more terrifying. Probably Karl didn’t suppose where his ideas would lead people.
Starring: Karl Marx (as not santa Santa), Frederic Nietzsche, Diogenes (the dog) of Sinope; Augustine of Hippo
Inspiration: Karl Marx, Critique of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right; And work of one of the Polish comic drawers: Cyprian who created the Nitzschean phrase God died, but Gifts are coming, that’s cool
In Poland sometimes (actually quite often) children who haven’t behaved properly during last year receive birch for beating (in Polish „rózga”). No worries nobody uses it, it’s only to symbolize punishment that bad children deserves. We would like to stress that we don’t like this idea at all, because nobody deserves such punishment.
Starring: Frederic Nietzsche (as a project manager), Immanuel Kant (still as a hardworking graphs specialist), Diogenes of Sinope known as the Dog (as an office manager), Karl Marx (as a double-faced HR specialist), Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (as a dialectic CEO)
Citation: G.W.F. Hegel, Lectures on the philosophy of history, vol.2, last page