• Title: The Morality of Laughter
  • Author: F.H. Buckley
  • ISBN: 9780472098187
  • Page: 406
  • Format: Hardcover
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    One Reply to “The Morality of Laughter”

    1. Very interesting, if tiresomely repetitive. Laughter is the human way of understanding when we have taken ideas too far, when we have rejected our own humanity. Laughter is the ultimate cure for taking one's ideas too seriously.

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