His next sculpture "speaks to the horror of our own mortality, inviting the viewer to contemplate the evanescence of life. We might find ourselves often using moral reason or questioning our place in the universe.
After finally smacking Susie with a snowball "right in the kisser," he realizes that Susie or her mother will be in touch with Calvin's mother. The interview is engaging and highlights some of the information any true fan of Calvin and Hobbes should want to know.
Stupendous Man has multiple "superpowers", including, but not limited to, super strength, the ability to fly, various vision powers such as "high-speed vision", "muscles of magnitude" and a stomach of steel. Are they moral objects that deserve some sense of justice, or are does morality end with humans?
We might think of philosophy more generally as a way of thinking that involves using abstractions to understand more of the world around us.
Watterson did not attempt Tracer Bullet stories often, due to the time-consuming way the strip needed to be drawn and inked.
This panel directly invokes the moral philosophy, or lack thereof, of Niccolo Machiavelli who is famous for saying that rulers should not consider traditional ethical concerns, and instead focus on the maintenance of their power Machiavelli p.
Many people are, of course, more than Aristotelians; they are also Christians, Jews, Muslims, Mormons, or whatever, but though faith often adds much to this ancient view, it rarely subtracts much. The topic in this part strip deals with ethics. It is ultimately unknown what his parents do or do not see, as Calvin tries to hide most of his creations or conceal their effects so as not to traumatize them.
Other kids' games are all such a bore!
The mischievous, self-indulgent boy is named after the stern Protestant theologian of Geneva, John Calvin; the fun-loving but sensible tiger is named after the relentlessly utilitarian British philosopher Thomas Hobbes.