Japanese Cram Student Turns Philosophers Into Cute Anime Boys

Studying can be a frustrating task for students, especially for subjects that don’t interest them. While it’s easier said than done, experts recommend turning your subject fun (or interesting) with visual diagrams or charts.

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Or you stay hopeless confused, just like me.

Visual learning can be super helpful, but Japanese Twitter user @10_foOo_wim took their learning to new heights with sketches! @10_foOo_wim was having trouble understanding philosophy while studying for their college entrance exams, so they drew super deformed versions of philosophers and surrounded them with their key beliefs. 126 philosophers were drawn, but their favorites were shared on Twitter.

https://twitter.com/10_foOo_wim/status/891241881866190848

Clockwise: John Locke (English philosopher), George Berkeley (Irish philosopher), Blaise Pascal (French philosopher), and René Descartes (French philosopher).

Top-to-bottom: Søren Kierkegaard (Danish philosopher) and Karl Jaspers (German-Swiss philosopher).

Immanuel Kant (German philosopher)

 

Thomas Aquinas (Italian-Dominican friar and philosopher)

 

Baruch Spinoza (Dutch philosopher)

 

@10_foOo_wim used these cute study aids for three weeks and their practice exam scores rose from 50 percent to 80 percent! Making studying fun sure goes a long way to improving your test scores.

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Aaron Magulick has been a fan of anime ever since being exposed to it in the late '90s. A fan of nearly all genres, he is not afraid to explore the creepier side of the industry.
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