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by Peter G. Marteinson

eBook Origins of Laughter, The epub
  • ISBN: 0973898542
  • Author: Peter G. Marteinson
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Dramas & Plays
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Lulu Press (December 30, 2005)
  • ePUB size: 1208 kb
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The Origins of Laughter book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The Origins of Laughter: A philosophical study of the problem of the comic. by. Peter Marteinson.

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The Origins Of Laughter. While other animals pant, we alone can control our breath well enough to produce the sound of laughter.

The Origins Of Laughter. While joking and wit are uniquely human inventions, laughter certainly is not. Other creatures, including chimpanzees, gorillas and even rats, laugh. Without that control there would also be no speech - and no jokes to endure.

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book written with passion and verve by an author who cares deeply about his subject. --Peter N. Miller, Times Literary Supplement. substantial survey of the growth of scholarship.

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A philosophical study of the problem of humor. An Ontic-Epistemic Theory of the Comic is presented, in which the stimulus of laughter is described in terms of the ontology of social being, specifically the epistemological consequences of its associations, both valid and incongruous, with material states of affairs. The comic, according to this theory, is an instinctive response to an epistemological problem: the discovery that social being, consisting in cultural intensions which the perceiver mentally equates with factual states of affairs, have criteria for truth and falsehood which are distinct from those of material and logical entities. Laughter then serves to anesthetize the mind during such events, to protect the social animal from the forbidden knowledge of his culture's lack of ontic foundations. These are the last copies available, as the item has been discontinued and is appearing in a new expanded volume with a new academic publisher.
Comments: (3)
Lanadrta
This book is absolutely wonderful. It is about a philosophical study of the problem of humor. An Ontic-Epistemic Theory of the Comic is presented, in which the stimulus of laughter is described in terms of the ontology of social being, specifically the epistemological consequences of its associations, both valid and incongruous, with material states of affairs. The comic, according to this theory, is an instinctive response to an epistemological problem: the discovery that social being, consisting in cultural intensions which the perceiver mentally equates with factual states of affairs, have criteria for truth and falsehood which are distinct from those of material and logical entities. Laughter then serves to anesthetize the mind during such events, to protect the social animal from the forbidden knowledge of his culture's lack of ontic foundations. From: The Girl From Gen. Academy (Essay 4, Youngest Girl in the Class)
Sagda
This book is absolutely wonderful. It is about a philosophical study of the problem of humor. An Ontic-Epistemic Theory of the Comic is presented, in which the stimulus of laughter is described in terms of the ontology of social being, specifically the epistemological consequences of its associations, both valid and incongruous, with material states of affairs. The comic, according to this theory, is an instinctive response to an epistemological problem: the discovery that social being, consisting in cultural intensions which the perceiver mentally equates with factual states of affairs, have criteria for truth and falsehood which are distinct from those of material and logical entities. Laughter then serves to anesthetize the mind during such events, to protect the social animal from the forbidden knowledge of his culture's lack of ontic foundations. From: The Girl From Gen. Academy (Essay 4, Youngest Girl in the Class)
Quashant
The book is excellent. It is a subject that none other authors cease to write. The topic that was chosen is fantastic and sparks and interest to young minds such as myself that love to read. Being in Grade 10 at the age of 12, it is a book that challenges me, yet is fun and exciting to read. Nanotechnology and such subjects I have read once and understood it, but when reading this book, I read it again and again and there is much to learn even still. Thank you Peter George Marteinson for writing a book of such pleasure. I hope people my age start reading this book and explore the new side of science.
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