Friday catblogging: Demitasse roars

The love of fame: the ruling passion of the noblest felines.

After years of hearing the likes of Inkblot and Domino gain fame from their exploits, Demitasse Ubiquitous Tyger has had enough. He’s demanding his own place on Parnassus.

He even considered getting up to dramatize the situation.  But on second thought, he realized that his fearful symmetry spoke for itself.

Demitasse Ubiquitous Tyger (photo)

Author: Andrew Sabl

Andrew Sabl, a political theorist, is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto. He is the author of Ruling Passions: Political Offices and Democratic Ethics and Hume’s Politics: Coordination and Crisis in the History of England, both from Princeton University Press. His research interests include political ethics, liberal and democratic theory, toleration, the work of David Hume, and the realist school of contemporary political thought. He is currently finishing a book for Harvard University Press titled The Uses of Hypocrisy: An Essay on Toleration. He divides his time between Toronto and Brooklyn.

5 thoughts on “Friday catblogging: Demitasse roars”

  1. Gorgeous! And nice to see him sprawled out here, because the aspect ration was off in the main page of the blog.

  2. Shouldn’t that be “fearsome” symmetry? I fear the soliloquy on the degeneration of the English language, which will surely follow, if this catastrophic confusion of meaning isn’t corrected.

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