Karnac Books (2013)

Unlike most books on the psychology and philosophy of humor, and following Ludwig Wittgenstein’s wonderful advice—"A serious and good philosophical work could be written consisting entirely of jokes," this book is replete with jokes, ...
Keywords Laughter Philosophy  Laughter Psychological aspects  Wit and humor Philosophy  Wit and humor Psychological aspects
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