#144 Regrets

#144 Regrets

Astute readers will recall that we have seen P-Zombie Pete before (though not by that name).

Sorry if this comic is sort of all over the place. I am very sleep deprived today, so random stream-of-thought comic is what you get!

Oh! And I almost forgot, the Zombie Karl Popper comic was featured in the newest edition of the Philosophers’ Carnival, which you can check out here!


Discussion (10)¬

  1. Canuovea says:

    I am so sorry but I just thought about the intro to the second level of Halo 2… “Regret. Regret.” “Any idea what it means?” “Dear humanity: we regret starting a war, we regret coming to earth, and we most definitely regret that the corp just blew up our raggedy #@$ fleet!” “Uh rah!”

    Heh. Or something like that.

    Do I regret anything? Well… sometimes I regret being a jerk when I was younger. Because back then I actually had a conscience and now I am stuck feeling bad about stuff from the past. As for the state of my conscience now… heh…

  2. Emil says:

    Hahaha. Isn’t the zombie guy supposed to act like it hurts? But he doesn’t. He’s not a real zombie! He’s only a fake zombie.

  3. Anna says:

    Ok well that was a little left-field.. still funny though! :-)

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  5. chaospet says:

    Canuovea: Well, you must still have some remnants of that conscience, or you wouldn’t continue to feel bad about the past.

    Emil: hah, he is just a very sloppy p-zombie who sometimes forgets not to reveal his lack of subjective mental states.

    Anna: Yay!

  6. Quinian says:

    Wow, we have coinciding regrets. I need to set more things on fire.

  7. Emil says:

    Then per definition he is not a P-zombie, unless of course he is a zombie version of some human who goes around thinking he is a zombie that doesn’t have subjective experiences! Aha!

  8. chaospet says:

    Quinian: Don’t we all

    Emil: Hah! That is one possibility.

  9. Emil says:

    There is always that one damn possibility you can’t get rid off (i.e. prove to me impossible/inconsistent), isn’t there? :D

  10. harley says:

    A man is not old as long as he is seeking something. A man is not old until regrets take the place of dreams.