Arguably one of the greatest satirists in history, Jay and Bri are especially notable for interweaving deep philosophical, psychological and theological threads into their brilliant fiction. As a result, their works become much more than stimulating, entertaining stories but actual representation of 21st century intellectual history. This can not be any more true for their most philosophical work of all, Brink Of Sanity. Brink is Jay and Bri's groundbreaking philosophical prologue, as it wrestles with modern existential questions which deal with Man's role in a world where the idea of God is being rejected more and more.
The Enlightenment of the 17th and 18th centuries espoused the value of reason, proclaimed the potential improvement of Man and Society, and freed humanity from superstition. After the 19th and 20th centuries, with the belief in God declining, Jay and Bri see mankind having lost its moral bearing, wafting directionless in the tempest that is life.
In Brink, Jay and Bri shows us the Sane Man, a despicable and pitiable creature who betrays himself and is not even aware of it.