Probably you know the situation: you tell some of your students or friends about some of the things philosophers think about. You want to make it vivid and you mention some of the famous counterexamples to famous theories – but all you earn is a frown or laughter. Just because the examples may, admittedly, seem a little, tiny little bit far-fetched.
But there’s a remedy now; just provide the next ignoramus with the following link:
So, who’s got the weird fantasy now?