WE'RE ALMOST OUT OF CALENDARS; HENCE THE EXORBITANT PRICETAG FOR THESE LAST FEW COPIES.
Wall-mounted, full color 12" X 24" calendar. Features the art of Corey Mohler, who draws the enormously popular Existential Comics, and features his depictions of Camus, Hegel, Spinoza, Thoreau, Rorty, Beauvoir, Levinas, Adorno, Maimonides, Pyrrho, Putnam, and a young Schopenhauer. For each figure, you get an inspirational quote to stare at all month and a little biographical description.
Plus you'll see philosopher birthdays (and which episodes to listen to on what day!), holidays real and otherwise, and of course plenty of space to write all of your appointments and to mark off the days until you get out of jail.
Note on shipping: These are currently being printed and will be in our hands and ready to ship to you by around Dec. 13. Orders received after that point will be shipped out within four days of your order.
For only an additional $2.50 over buying the calendar by itself, we'll throw in Mark Lint's "Songs from the Partially Examined Life" CD that features 17 nifty songs philosophical and otherwise like this one inspired by Maimonides and this one about how crappy it is to work in an office. Preview them all at marklint.bandcamp.com.
(This product, being an actual, physical object, is not free for Citizens. Sorry!)