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Citations of non-Kairos documents (References)

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Aichele Jr, George.  Theology as Comedy. University Press of America, 1980.

Apte, Mahedev L.  Humor And Laughter: an anthropological approach. Cornell University Press, 1985.

Attardo, Salvatore.  Linguistic Theories Of Humor. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1994.

Berger, Peter L.  Redeeming Laughter: The Comic Dimension, 1997.

Bergson, Henri.  Laughter: an essay on the meaning of the comic. Macmillan, 1911.

Berlyne, D. E.  Laughter, humor and play. In: G. Lidzey and E. Aronson (Eds.), The Handbook of Social Psychology, vol. 3 (2nd ed.). Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1969, 795-852.

Beyondananda, Swami.  10 Ways to Wake Up Laughing.. [text]

Bowen, Barbara C.  A Neglected Renaissance Art of Joking. Rhetorica, Summer 2003, 21, 3, pp. 137-148. [text]

Bremmer, Jan / Roodenburg, Herman  (Eds.).    A Cultural History Of Humour From Antiquity To The Present. Polity Press, 1997.

Buckley, Francis H.  The Morality of Laughter. University of Michigan Press, 2003. [review]

Buechner, Frederick.  Telling the Truth: the Gospel as tragedy, comedy and fairy tale. HarperSanFrancisco, 1977.

Buijzen, Moniek / Valkenburg, Patti M.  Developing a Typology of Humor in Audiovisual Media. Media Psychology, 2004, 6, 2, pp. 147-167. [text]

Chafe, Wallace.  Humor as a Disabling Mechanism. American Behavioral Scientist 30 (1987), 16-26.

Chapman, Antony.  Humor and Laughter: theory, research and applications, New Brunswick, Transaction Publishers, 1996.

Chiaro, Delia  (Ed.).    Humor, International Journal of Humor Research. Special Issue on Humor and Translation. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2005, 18:2.

Clasquin, Michel.  Real Buddhas Don't Laugh: attitudes towards humour and laughter in Ancient India and China. Social Identities, 7, 1, March 2001, pp. 97 - 116

Peter Collins. Humour and Related Experience: towards an integral appreciation, 2005. [text]

Consalvo, C.  Humor in Management: no laughing matter. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research 1989, 2, 285-297.

Cormier, Henri.  The Humor of Jesus. New York, Alba House, 1977.

Crawford, C. B.  Theory and implications regarding the utilization of strategic humor by leaders. Paper from the Department of Communications, Fort Hays State University, 1999.

Crawford, C. B. / Strohkirch, C. S.  An analysis of humor frequency and types in the 1992 and 1996 presidential debates. Fort Hays State University, 1999. [text]

Dart, John.  The Laughing Savior: the discovery and significance of the Nag Hammadi Gnostic Library. Harper and Row, 1976.

Davies, Christie.  Ethnic Humour Around The World: a comparative analysis. Indiana University Press, 1996.

Davies, Christie.  The Mirth of Nations, 2005. [review]

de Peretti, André.  Essai sur l'humour du Christ dans les évangiles. Paris, Éditions du Cerf, 2004.

Derrida, Jacques.  The Archaeology of the Frivolous: Reading Condillac. Lincoln and London, University of Nebraska Press, 1980.

Desclos, Marie-Laurence  (Ed.).    Le rire des Grecs: anthropologie du rire en Grèce ancienne, 2000. [content]

Donmelly, Doris.  Divine Folly: being religious and the exercise of humor. Theology Today 1992: 385-398.

Eberhart, Elvin.  Humor as a Religious Experience. In: Fry, William F. and Waleed A. Salameh (Eds.). Advances in Humor and Psychotherapy. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press, 1993, 97-120.

Eckardt, A. Roy.  Divine Incongruity: comedy and tragedy in a post-Holocaust world, 1992. [text]

Eco, Umberto.  The Name of the Rose. Secker and Warburg. 1983  ( Translated by W. Weaver).

du Rire, Ecole Francaise.  Bibliographie complète sur le rire. [text]

Elizur, Avshalom C.  Psychodynamic and Cognitive Aspects of HumorSihot/Dialogue. Israel Journal of Psychotherapy 6.1 (1991): 5-18  (In Hebrew).

Ferrar, Madeleine Mary.  The Logic Of The Ludicrous: a pragmatic study of humour. Ph.D. Dissertation, University College London, 1993.

Freud, Sigmund.  Jokes And Their Relation To The Unconscious. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1991  (reprodiction of 1905 edition).

Freud, Sigmund.  Humor. International Journal of Psychoanalysis 9, 1928, pp. 1-6..

Friedman, Hershey H.  He Who Sits in Heaven Shall Laugh: divine humor in Talmudic Literature. Thalia: Studies in Literary Humor 17, 1-2, 1998, pp. 36-50..

Friedman, Hershey H.  Is There Humor in the Hebrew Bible? A Rejoinder. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research 15, 2, 2002. pp. 215-222..

Gilhus, Ingvild Saelid.  Laughing Gods, Weeping Virgins: laughter in the history of religion. Routledge, 1997.

Goldstein, Jeffrey H. / McGhee, P. E.  (Eds.).    The Psychology of Humour. Academic Press. [annotated bibliography 1900-1971] 1972.

Graves, Robert.  Seven Days In New Crete. Cassell, 1949.

Gruner, Charles R.  Understanding Laughter: the workings of wit and humor. Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1976.

Gruner, Charles R.  The Game of Humor: a comprehensive theory of why we laugh. New Brunswick, N.J.: Transaction Publishers, 1997.

Hartz, G. / Hunt, R.  Humor: the Beauty and the Beast. American Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 28, nu. 4 (1991), pp. 299-309.

Hyers, Conrad  (Ed.).    Holy Laughter: essays on religion in the comic perspective. Seabury Press, 1969.

Hyers, Conrad.  Zen And The Comic Spirit. Rider and Co, 1974..

Hyers, Conrad.  The Laughing Buddha: Zen and the Comic Spirit. Wolfeboro, N.H.: Longwood Academic Press, 1989.

Hyers, Conrad.  The Comic Vision and the Christian Faith. New York, Pilgrim Press, 1981.

Hyers, Conrad.  The Ancient Zen Master as Clown-Figure and Comic Midwife. Philosophy East and West (University of Hawaii Press) Vol. 20, 1970, 10, pp. 3-18. [text]

Jacobson, Howard.  Seriously Funny: from the ridiculous to the sublime. Harmondsworth, Viking, 1997.

Jacques, Jyles / .  L'humour chez les saints. Brussels, Belgium: Bloud and Gay, 1938.

Janik, Vicki K.  (Ed.).    Fools And Jesters In Literature, Art, And History. Westport CT: Greenwood Press, 1998.

Jónson, Jakob.  Humour and Irony in the New Testament: illuminated by parallels in Talmud and Midrash. Reykjavík, Islande: Bókaútgafa Menningarsjóds, 1965.

Judge, Anthony. See Kairos documents cited by this documnent

Jung, Carl G.  On The Psychology Of The Trickster Figure. In Radin  (1956).

Jung, Wonil Edward.  The Inner Eye Theory of Laughter: Mindreader Signals Cooperator Value, 2003. [text]

Katz, Bruce F.  Towards a Unified Theory of Humour. Brighton, England: University of Sussex Cognitive Science Research Papers, 1994.

Davis, A. / Kleiner, B. H.  The value of humour in effective leadership. Leadership and Organizational Development Journal, 1989, 10(1), 1-3.

Koestler, Arthur.  The Act of Creation: A Study of the Conscious and Unconscious in Science and Art. New York, 1964.

Kuschel, Karl-Josef.  Laughter: a theological reflection. SCM Press, 1994 (Lachen, Gottes und des Menschen Kunst). [review]

Kramer, Femke.  How to deal with farces?. Suggestions for an alternative research program. [text]

LaFollette, Hugh / Shanks, Niall.  Belief and the Basis of Humor. American Philosophical Quarterly, 1993, 329-39. [text]

Larner, Daniel.  Dionysus in Diaspora: O'Neill's Tragedy of Muted Revelries, 2004. [text]

Latta, Robert.  The Basic Humor Process: a cognitive-shift theory and the case against incongruity. Mouton de Gruyter, 1998.

Maier, Norman R.  A Gestalt Theory of Humor. British Journal of Psychology 23.1 (1932): 69-74.

Malone, P. B.  Humor: a double-edged tool for today’s managers?. Academy of Management Review, 1982, 5(3), 357-360.

Marmysz, John.  Laughing at Nothing: humor as a response to nihilism. Albany, SUNY Press, 2003.

Martin, Mike W.  Humor and Aesthetic Enjoyment of Incongruities. In: John Morreall (Ed.). The Philosophy of Laughter and Humor. Albany, SUNY, 1987, 172-86.

Matte, Gerard.  A Psychoanalytical Perspective Of Humor. Humor 14, 2001 (3):223-41.

Milner, G. B.  Homo Ridens: towards a semiotic theory of humor and laughter. Semiotica 5.1 (1972): 1-29.

McGhee, P. E.  On the cognitive origins of incongruity humor: Fantasy assimilation versus reality assimilation. In: J.H.Goldstein and P.E.McGhee (Eds.), The Psychology of Humor (pp. 61-80). Academic Press, 1972.

Ménager, Daniel.  La Renaissance et le rire. Presses Universitaires de France, 1995.

Menil, Rene.  Humour: Introduction to 1945. In: Refusal of the Shadow: Surrealism and the Caribbean, Verso, 1996.

Miller, David L.  Gods and Games: toward a theology of play. New York, World, 1970.

Morreall, John  (Ed.).    The Philosophy Of Laughter And Humor. Albany: State Of New York Press, 1987.

Morreall, John.  Sarcasm, Irony, Wordplay and Humor in the Hebrew Bible: a response to Hershey Friedman. Humor: International Journal of Humor Research. 14.3 (2001): 293-302.

Morrison, Alan.  A Laugh a Day keeps the Pharisees away: a Biblical analysis of humour. Diakrisis International, 2001. [text]

Mulkay, Michael.  On Humour: its nature and its place in society. Cambridge: Polity Press, 1988.

Nash, Walter.  The Language Of Humour. Longman, 1985.

Niebuhr, Reinhold.  Humour and Faith. In: Discerning the Signs of the Times. New York, Scribner, 1946.

Nilsen, Don L. F.  Humor Theory and Epistemology. In: Humor Scholarship: a research bibliography. Greenwood Press, 1993, pp. 287-293.

Otto, Beatrice K.  Fools Are Everywhere: the court jester around the world. University of Chicago Press, 2001 [excerpt]. [review]

Patty, Chris.  The Court Jester as a Metaphor for Learning and Change. Team Management Systems. [text]

Paulos, John Allen.  Mathematics and Humor: a study of the logic of humor. Chicago University Press, 1980.

Philbrick, K.  The use of humor and effective leadership styles. Unpublished Doctoral Diss., University of Florida, 1989.

Plunkett, Edward  (Baron Dunsany).    The Laughter of the Gods. 1910.

Postle, Denis.  Catastrophe Theory: predict and avoid personal disasters. Fontana Paperbacks, 1980.

Powell, Chris / Paton, George E. C.  Humour In Society: resistance and control. St Martin's Press, 1988.

Quinn, Arthur.  The Mirth of God: An Essay on Biblical Humor. In: Virgil Nemoianu and Robert Royal (Eds.). Play, Literature, Religion: Essays in Cultural Intertextuality. Albany, NY: SUNY Press, 1986, 41-59.

Radin, Paul.  The Trickster: a study in American Indian Mythology. Routledge Kegan Paul., 1956.

Radday, Yehuda T.  (Eds.). On Humour and the Comic in the Hebrew Bible. Sheffield, Sheffield Academic Press, 1991.

Rahner, Hugo.  Holy Laughter: essays on religion in the comic perspective. New York, NY: Seabury, 1969.

Raskin, Victor.  Semantic Mechanisms of Humor. Dordrecht: D.Reidel Publishing Compan, 1985.

Roeckelein, J. E.  The psychology of humor: a reference guide and annotated bibliography. Greenwood Press, 2002.

Ross, Alison.  The Language of Humour. Routledge, 1998.

Rucki, Elizabeth.  Disrupting Humor: a critical study of philosophical theories of humor. Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Ontario, Canada, Queen's University, 1993.

Vidal, René Victor Valqui.  Creativity and Problem Solving. EAWP (Economic Analysis Working Papers), 3(14). 2004, Sep. 21.. [text]

Sanders, Barry.  Sudden Glory: laughter as subversive history. Beacon, 1995.

Severance, Arthur G.  Religion IS a Laughing Matter. First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Antonio, 20 February 2005. [text]

Shah, Idries.  Special Illumination: the Sufi use of humor. Octagon Press, 1977.

Skinner, Q.  Why laughing mattered in the renaissance (Second Henry Tudor memorial lecture, March 2000, University of Durham). [text]

Saroglou, Vassilis.  Religion and sense of humor: an a priori incompatibility?. Theoretical considerations from a psychological perspective, Humor 15-2 (2002), pp. 191-214. [text]

Smullyan, Raymond M.  Planet Without Laughter [excerpted from This Book Needs No Title: A Budget of Living Paradoxes. Prentice-Hall, 1980].. [text]

Saroyan, N. / Dahl, Roald / Maugham, S.  Varieties of Humour. Kinseido, 1981.

Soward, John.  Perfect Fools: Folly for Christ's Sake in Catholic and Orthodox Spirituality. Oxford, England: Oxford University, 1980.

Spalding, Henry Daniel.  Encyclopedia of Jewish Humor: from Biblical Times to the Modern Age. NY: Jonathan David, 1987.

Stopsky, F.  Humor in the Classroom: a new approach to critical thinking. Lowell, MA: Discovery Enterprises, 1992.

Thomson, Heather.  Between Heaven and Earth: a theological view of humour. Australian Journal of Comedy, 3.1 (1997): 120-127.

Trueblood, Elton.  The Humor of Christ. New York, Harper and Row, 1964..

Trueblood, Elton.  Holy Laughter: essays on religion in the comic perspective. New York, NY: Seabury, 1969..

Turvin, Mark S. P.  The Dramaturg: modern day court jester, 2001. [text]

Van Heerden, Willie.  Why the Humour in the Bible Plays Hide and Seek with Us. Social Identities, Volume 7, Number 1, March 2001, pp. 75 - 96.

Veale, Tony.  and M. T. Keane. No Laughing Matter: the cognitive structure of humour, metaphor and creativity. In: J. Hulstijn and A. Nijholt.(Eds) Proceedings of IWCH’96, the First International Workshop on Computational Humor, 1996.

Veale, Tony / Keane, Mark T.  Catastrophes Of Goal Activation In The Appreciation Of Disparagement Humour. Joris Hulstijn and Anton Nijholt (Eds.). Proceedings of IWCH’96, the First International Workshop on Computational Humor,.

Veale, Tony.  Metaphor and Metonymy: the cognitive trump-cards of linguistic humour. University College Dublin, Department of Computer Science. [draft]

Veale, Tony.  Incongruity in Humour: root cause or epiphenomenon? 2004. [text]

Visuvalingam, Sunthar.  Abhinavagupta's Conception of Humor (hâsya): the aesthetics and semiotics of the Indian clown. 1983. [text]

Visuvalingam, Sunthar.  Gurdjieff’s Theory of Laughter, 1983 (chapter 2 of thesis). [text]

Waters, Dan.  Laughter across the Great Wall: a comparison of Chinese and Western humour. Royal Asiatic Society Journal, 38, 1998-99.

Weeks, Mark.  Beyond a Joke: Nietzsche and the Birth of "Super-Laughter". The Journal of Nietzsche Studies (Penn State University Press), Issue 27, Spring 2004, pp. 1-17. [text]

Weeks, Mark.  Laughter, desire, and time. Humor, 15-4 (2002), 383-400. [text]

Weeks, Mark.  Ecstasy and Indifférance: the predicament of laughter in the Age of Fast Capitalism. Dissertation: University of Western Australia, Perth, 1997.

Welsford, Enid.  The Fool: his social and literary hHistory, 1935.

Willeford, William.  The Fool and His Scepter: a study in clowns and jesters and their audience. Northwestern University Press, 1969.

Willis, Ken.  Power Through Humour: the disturbance of dominant discourse in the works of the Marx Brothers. MA Dissertation. University of Surrey, St. Mary's College, Strawberry Hill, 1992..

Willis, Ken.  Making Sense of Humour: some pragmatic and political aspects (Thesis, London Metropolitan University for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 2002. [text]

Wilson, Ben.  The Laughter of Triumph: William Hone and the fight for a free press. Faber, 2005.

Zuver, Dudley.  Salvation by Laughter: a study of religion and the sense of humor. New York, Harper, 1933.

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