Neoplatonic Hair Is a Bad Idea

In his theory of forms, Plato explained that physical things cannot be perfect but can express only the imperfect essense of their ideal states which are absent from the physical world.

You don’t actually want perfection because you are not perfect and therefore cannot experience full completeness in its presence. As Zach Cranor of Last Place Comics teaches us, to have perfect hair is to have no hair because perfect hair transcends the material plane.

This is not to say that it is best to be bald. Contrary to Plato, be humble. Accept your place in the chain of forms and get your rats.

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