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It's Always Sunny and Philosophy (Popular Culture and Philosophy #91)

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Here, philosophers wittily and expertly uncover amazing philosophical insights from the endlessly fascinating TV show, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

Greg Littmann shows how the values of the gang are the same as those of Homeric heroes. Christopher Ketcham argues that the Church should make Charlie a saint, partly because It’s Always Sunny is “all about free will.” Rus
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Paperback, 288 pages
Published September 8th 2015 by Open Court (first published July 14th 2015)
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Never thought I'd read something with Its Always Sunny and Philosophy in the title, but it works! Interesting pop culture comparisons using Greek, Roman, Renaissance, Enlightenment, etc sources. I am not a huge fan of the show so I had not seen some of the episodes referenced, if I did I think it would be more like a 4 or even 5 stars. I just picked this up and glad I did. Now I definitely want to binge watch a few episodes before the characters make me hate mankind too much to continue.
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