The first of Clarke’s two contrasting theories interprets humour as a creative faculty that has played a significant role in the evolution of humankind’s unique resourcefulness.
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As the world seems to become increasingly senseless, a new voice has arrived to cut through the junk. Alexander Felix's writing brings style, satire and unerring reason to all aspects of society from housekeeping budgets to conspiracy theories. With collected works scheduled for publication by Pyrrhic House in 2014, no one, whether high or low, is immune from Felix’s disappointed eye.