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 presents a regular column that brings style, satire and unerring reason to all aspects of society from housekeeping budgets to conspiracy theories. With a monthly column at www.lonevoice.co.uk and collected writings scheduled for publication by Pyrrhic House in 2013, no one, whether high or low, is immune from Felix’s disappointed eye.