The Sense of Humor

One does not have to agree with Mindess' Freudian idea of humor as the Great Liberator (Mindess 1971) to see that, in one real sense, humor does liberate people from the crippling jaws of BF by releasing them into the fiill range of ...

The Sense of Humor

Author: Willibald Ruch

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 3110804603

Page: 508

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