“What does laughter mean?” In this pioneering, idiosyncratic 1900 work, the great philosopher traveled where few before Freud dared to venture. Examining laughter from a psychological, social, and moral perspective, Bergson finds a source of our common humanity. He revised the work while supervising this English translation.
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About the Author
Henri-Louis Bergson (1859-1941) received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1927. A major French philosopher during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, he argued that intuition and experience outweigh the intellect. Born in Paris, he pursued a parallel career in diplomacy, working in support of the League of Nations.
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