The definitive text on Clarke's pattern recognition theory of humour.
Turning the Tables
leads the reader through the development of the periodic table and offers questions within each chapter to encourage students to actively explore this engaging history.
Alexander Felix's satire leaves no one unchallenged as he takes on all aspects of society, with wit and reason.
By exploring humour's role in the war against infected memes, Clarke presents information normalization, his latest theory addressing the mechanism and function of this central human faculty.
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