Let the viewer = x, David Colosi writes, introducing his gloriously dense and slyly comic "proof" of God's manmade existence. Guided by Wittgenstein's conjecture that one could construct serious philosophy from nothing but jokes, Colosi has created a kind of ontological vaudeville, filling numerous blackboards with philosophical quotes, mathematical equations, and humorous asides—all relating to attempts over the centuries to make a logical case for (or against) God. On the floor, 3-D mathematical symbols are scattered like toppled icons across the chalked names of mythological deities who perished. In the center of this chaos lies a smashed desk, implying that the proof's conclusion—imagination reigns supreme—brings on metaphysical burdens... More >>>