Rob icon Zeno's Modern Paradoxes
This was originally a writing project I produced for Professor Ealick's History of Ancient Philosophy course (PHIL 321). The idea was to produce a comic detailing a dialogue between myself and the Presocratic philosopher, Zeno, in order to argue for the modern reformatting of Zeno's paradoxes of motion. What you see below is the first three pages of the endeavor, wherein I am punished for my transgressions against the fairer sex, and find myself in Hell. Here, Templeton plays Virgil to my Dante, sheparding me to the filing office and eventually to the Philosopher's Circle, where I begin my dialogue with Zeno. This project is currently under construction, and I should be done in time to present it at URCAD this year (fingers crossed!), so stay tuned.

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