9780812696875

The Onion and Philosophy Fake News Story True Alleges Indignant Area Professor

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    9780812696875

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    0812696875

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2010-12-01
  • Publisher: Open Court
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Summary

This book is full of ballsy commentary from internationally acclaimed super-intellectuals on all of the best Onion articles (indexed for your convenience at the back).

Author Biography

Sharon M. Kaye is Professor of Philosophy at John Carroll University. She's the author of Black Market Truth (2008) a gratuitously erotic, pointlessly violent thriller about a lost work of Aristotle. Her other books are non-fiction, or so she claims. They include Medieval Philosophy (2008), Philosophy for Teens (with Paul Thomson, 2006), More Philosophy for Teens (with Paul Thomson, 2007), On Ockham (with Robert Martin, 2001), and On Augustine (with Paul Thomson, 2001). Professor Kaye has published numerous scholarly articles in academic journals, as well as mediocre cartoons in publications of dubious repute, including The Philosopher's Magazine and the volume you now clutch in your sweaty fingers.

Table of Contents

For Crying Out Loudp. ix
Science and Technologyp. 1
A Vice Worse than Stupidityp. 3
Pope Admits: "God Ain't Said Shit to Me"p. 15
Is My Kid Sitting Too Close to His Robot?p. 33
Opinionp. 39
Fuck You, You Fucking Fuckp. 41
What It Is to Be an Assholep. 53
God versus The Onionp. 63
Politicsp. 77
Philosophers Interested In Area Man But Not In Gay Wayp. 79
Would Diogenes Have Read The Onion?p. 87
There's Something Queer about The Onionp. 99
Worldp. 111
The Daily Formp. 113
Hijackers Surprised To Find Selves In Hellp. 119
Existential Timesp. 131
Businessp. 145
Sarcastic Bastards, Useless Bullshit, and Murderp. 146
The Green Onionp. 159
Localp. 175
Area Man Realizes Error of Ways after Reading Onion Articlep. 177
Guy In Philosophy Class Needs To Shut The Fuck Upp. 185
News Archivep. 195
Area God Hospitalized, Slowly Dyingp. 197
Peeling the Layers of Truthp. 209
Candide's Legacyp. 219
Entertainmentp. 231
Fake News Story Not Truep. 233
A Philosophical Joke Book?p. 247
Liar, Liarp. 257
America's Finest Philosophersp. 267
Index of Onion Articles Mentioned in This Bookp. 273
Inside The Onion and Philosophyp. 283
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