To eat or not to eat..the bacon of course! (Comics)

Bob taking GET1029 wakes up one morning and decides to cook breakfast. While cooking some bacon, he looks at the bacon and gets reminded about the quiz he did the previous night on Norcross’s puppy argument, and wonders if it is wrong to consume factory farmed meat. He thinks about various issues with reference to the utilitarian argument, the various lines of attack as well as the rebuttals. (Click on graphic to see the whole story.)


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Newton & Eve (Comic)

This comic strip reframes the philosophical debate about compatibilism into the context of a wedding ceremony, where there stands two opposing beliefs about the compatibility of the lovebirds: Eve (symbolising Free Will) and Newton (symbolising Determinism). Our target audience is the common NUS student who might be interested in Philosophy.


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Peanuts featuring Factory-farmed Food (Comics)


Our group aims to entertain and educate the general public about the consumption of factory-farmed meat through a series of Peanuts comic strips. Leveraging on Norcross’ Utilitarian Argument, we attempt to persuade meat-lovers, through humour, to stop consuming factory-farmed meat since it brings more misery than happiness altogether.


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