Friday, February 22, 2008

Neglected Nietzsche Blogging: Maybe this weekend

But dear fans of the mustachioed madman, hopefully this silly YouTubery will tide you over until your next fix. I must say that the Kant attack ad has more substance, but this one really gets to the heart of the matter.

Found via Kierkegaard's 3rd-party bid featured at QuizLaw.

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