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  • The virtue gap in humor: Exploring benevolent and corrective humor (2016)

    Abstract: The recent emergence of positive psychology gave rise to the idea to conceptualize humor from a “good character” perspective. Present constructs, however, show a “virtue gap,” and the two concepts of benevolent and corrective humor were developed to fill this gap. The former describes a humorous...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: jlmatelski
  • Civic Laughter: Aristotle and the Political Virtue of Humor (2013)

    Abstract: While the loss of the second book of the Poetics has deprived us of Aristotle’s most extensive account of laughter and comedy, his discussion of eutrapelia (wittiness) as a virtue in his ethical works and in the Rhetoric points toward the importance of humor for his ethical and political thought...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: brendah
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