Entirely judged subjectively by me, following my own metanarrative.
I won't keep you in suspense. Runners-up are below the fold. First place goes to
OBJECTIVITY IS MY FRAME OF REFERENCE
submitted by commentator Chris Floyd. This wasn't even hard. It stood out from the beginning.
Three hearty, bipolar, logocentric cheers for Chris. I would love to see people wearing T-shirts with this inscription in philosophy departments, at the APA conference, at the MLA, places like that. Analytic departments would love it and get a laugh. Among continentalists it would be provocative. And as a bumper sticker it would work especially well in college towns.
I really have had trouble ranking the runners up. I hope this doesn't seem like a concession to anti-hierarchical thinking, but the runners up are in no particular order, except roughly chronological.
By your humble scribe, posted on Extra Thoughts.
I attended University, and all I got was this lousy uncertainty
By Chris Floyd
and I vote.
By Tim on Extra Thoughts.
If you can read this, you're too closed-minded.
By George R.
Postmodernism: Self-refuting since______.
(I haven't decided on a good date to fill in yet.)
I've had to add another category, because there were several really good ones that weren't anti-postmodern but rather anti-atheist or anti-liberal. Once again, the ones I liked best in that category are given in roughly chronological order.
Atheism is a meme.
By Scott W.
Think Liberally. Act Tyrannically.
Honk if you love agitprop.
By Silly Interloper
Outsource diversity training.
By Frank Beckwith