[ExI] The Dalai Lama on Technological Change [Turin, 20071216] - YouTube

scerir scerir at libero.it
Sat Dec 22 20:45:15 UTC 2007

> I see true comedy is much more closely related 
> to inner sadness than male aggression, 
> as is sometimes hinted in the character 
> of the sad clown, or as seen in (the genius comic) 
> Red Skelton's Clem Kadiddlehopper. 
> spike

I think there is something wrong with that title 
'Humor develops from aggression caused by male hormones' 
or with the paper itself.

But is there a qualitative - or a quantitative - difference 
between masculine and feminine humours? That's possible, imo.

Humour may be related to inner sadness, or to other
states (skepticism, indolence, etc.).

The 'minimalist' humour of the late P.A.M. Dirac 
made a strong impression on me. Here is something amazing
about the young Dirac ....

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