The Office and Philosophy

Just When You Thought Paper Couldn T Be Exciting, This Book Comes Your Way This Book Jammed Full Of Paper Unites Philosophy With One Of The Best Shows Ever The Office Addressing Both The Current American Incarnation And The Original British Version, The Office And Philosophy Brings These Two Wonders Of Civilization Together For A Frolic Through The Mundane Yet Curiously Edifying Worlds Of Scranton S Dunder Mifflin And Slough S Wernham Hogg Is Michael Scott In Denial About Death Are Pam And Jim Ever Going To Figure Things Out Is David Brent An Essentialist Surprisingly, The Office Can Teach Us About The Mind, Aristotle, And Humiliation Even Surprisingly, Paper Companies Can Allow Us To Better Understand Business Ethics Don T Believe It Open This Book, And Behold Its Beautiful Paper Join The Philosophical Fray As We Explore The Abstract World Of Philosophy Through Concrete Scenes Of The Unexamined Life In The Office You May Discover That Gareth Keenan Is Secretly A Brilliant Logician, That Dwight Schrute Is Better Off Deceiving Himself, That David Brent Is An Example Of Hyperreality, And That Michael Scott Is Hopelessly Lost But You Probably Already Knew That.The Office and Philosophy

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  • Paperback
  • 310 pages
  • The Office and Philosophy
  • J. Jeremy Wisnewski
  • English
  • 13 September 2017
  • 1405175559

10 thoughts on “The Office and Philosophy

  1. says:

    Just a few short comments I ve been working my way through some of the _____ and Philosophy books This one was particularly good as the philosophical ideas discussed wererelevant to normal, everyday life in the work world Hmmmm, there s an idea The Office and Philosophy might be a tadrelevant to an office worker than Battlestar Galactica and Philosophy Go figure.There s a wide variety of ideas addressed here, logical paradox, Platonic and Aristotelian views of love, business eth Just a few short comments I ve been working my way thr...

  2. says:

    The Office is not a show that will teach you how to confront your own mortality No show will Even this chapter won t At most, philosophy the discipline and The Office the show might force us to rethink some of ou...

  3. says:

    Even though I m only reading articles based on the U.S version The British version is on my long list of Shows to Watch , this is taking forever to get through because I read the essays in short spurts, mostly during lunch breaks at work Also, I m a little conscious when I catch myself laughing at the quotes, scenes, and other references I ve never taken a philosophy class so relating broad and, at times, difficult philosophical concepts through the show is extremely helpful in understandi Even though I m only rea...

  4. says:

    As part of my continuing quest to add meaning to television shows, I read this book I skipped over the essays on the British Office because I haven t watched it and it did get a little boring towards the end with discussions on sexual harassment and the like, but overall it was rea...

  5. says:

    The insights of the various authors along with various references to the TV show made it an interesting read, but unfortunately I did not agree with all the arguments and saw flaws in way some were presented.

  6. says:

    The Office is my favorite show so I bought this on a whim Cant wait to read

  7. says:

    What happens when you re a philosophy professor You analyse the hell out of TV shows and take them to new levels.

  8. says:

    I love this book It really is for any Office fan I suggest you all go and read it.

  9. says:

    It wasn t such a bad book, though the last two chapters were both silly and pointless It was that it seemed to last a thousand lifetimes.

  10. says:

    Congrats to my Philosophy of Language prof, the Notorious P.H.D.

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