Subtitle - understanding Philosophy through jokes.

An interesting little take on philosophy with tons of humor and jokes to keep things light. I wish, however, they didn't have to throw away obviously anti-religious chip-on-the-shoulder snarky comments about concepts they really didn't understand (like irreducible complexity and the original reasons of marriage). They talk about "ad nauseum" and then use an example of it as if someone's whole argument is moot just because they carried it off to extremes. Just because you can reach a ridiculous conclusion by following too many steps doesn't mean that all caution should be thrown to the wind.

But I digress. If you want a (very high-level) humorous overview of philosophy, this book is a fun read.