What is philosophy? Are we able to think philosophically? Should we?
The Iconoclast attempts to answer these questions in a way never attempted before. Answering with the predicament of reality, as opposed to what we want the answer to be.
A study of the skeptical lineage, Pyrrho (Sextus Empiricus) and David Hume, The Iconoclast is a presentation of sincere philosophy. Observing our fallibilities as philosophical subjects, The Iconoclast presents archetypes of thought: iconoclasm and dogmatism. Philosophy as the meta-question drags the reader kicking and screaming from the comforts of easy answers.
The Iconoclast is the birth of anti-philosophy.
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