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Taking Laughter Seriously
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Laughter, Death, and Friendship in the Zhuangzi. The Social Value of Humor. John Morreall, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Northwestern University, has published numerous articles on philosophy and linguistics.
Taking Laughter Seriously
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