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Laws of Philosophy
The First Law of Philosophy:
For every philosopher, there exists an equal and opposite philosopher.

The Second Law of Philosophy:
They’re both wrong.


Meta...
If metaphysics is being qua being;
and if epistemology is knowing qua knowing;
then metaphilosophy must be… qua qua qua.


Proofs that p
Davidson’s proof that p:
Let us make the following bold conjecture: p.

Wallace’s proof that p:
Davidson has made the following bold conjecture: p.

Grunbaum:
As I have asserted again and again in previous publications, p.

Lewis:
Most people find the claim that not-p completely obvious and when I assert p they give me an incredulous stare. But the fact that they find not-p obvious is no argument that it is true; and I do not know how to refute an incredulous stare. Therefore, p.

Unger:
Suppose it were the case that not-p. It would follow from this that someone knows that q. But on my view, no one knows anything whatsoever. Therefore p. (Unger believes that the louder you say this argument, the more persuasive it becomes).

John Searle:
I know that p is true because I teach it to my undergraduates. Therefore p.

John Searle:
The argument for not-p has seven steps, and I'm way too old for that. Therefore p.


此帖純為博君一笑。



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  1. http://profron.net/fun/Jokes.html
  2. http://consc.net/phil-humor.html

2 則留言:

  1. 我在想,Searle的梗究竟出自他的哪一本書/文章…

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  2. 第一個不曉得,第二個可能是來自這:http://billcasey.ca/Veterans%20Memories%20Page.html (“If I had to do it all over again I'm sure I would, but I'm too old to fight in a war now”)

    你應該比我更清楚才對

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