Merry Christmas! #161
Christmassy philosophy on the Internet
Dear friends of Daily Philosophy,
I’ll keep it short today, since you’re all probably busy enough with celebrating Christmas, or, as Charles Foster put it:
The over-consumption of poultry and alcohol, the decoration and illumination of conifers, the forging of letters in Old Icelandic from non-existent bearded burglars, the creation of reindeer footprints in the mud, and the observation of children trying to hide their disappointment.
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