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-*''[[Two sides of a river]]'' by [[Middle-eastern philosopher]] [[Nasreddin]].+*''[[Two sides of a river]]'' by Muslim philosopher [[Nasreddin]].
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*''[[Plato and a Platypus Walk Into a Bar]]'' *''[[Plato and a Platypus Walk Into a Bar]]''
*[[Meta-joke]] *[[Meta-joke]]
-*[[Theories of humor]] - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia+*[[Theories of humor]]
-*[[Discordianism is a "Ha Ha, Only Serious" 'joke', using humor to subversively spread what its members regard as a valid philosophy. +
*[[Humor in Freud]] *[[Humor in Freud]]
*[[Absurdism]] *[[Absurdism]]
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