Mitch Francis (B.A., Castleton State College, 2014) created a number of the illustrations on the site.
I was an art major and have been drawing cartoons my whole life. I love to create stories and ideas and then put them to paper. I wrote and illustrated my own children’s book, The Hungriest Tadamus. Other hobbies include: hanging out with my fiancé Emily, watching a lot of movies, reading a lot of comic books, and making funny noises.
The philosopher of language Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889 – 1951) argued that there is no set of concepts that capture reality thanks to their unambiguous "meanings"; deep down, meaning rides on game-like social practices. (Image: "Wittgenstein," by Mitch Francis.)
Artificial intelligence pioneer Alan Turing (1912 – 1954) argued that machines could in fact be people. (Image: “Alan Turing,” by Mitch Francis.)
Rene Descartes (1596 – 1650) was a philosopher and scientist who probed human knowledge in search of certainty. (Image: “Rene Descartes,” by Mitch Francis.)