The present study emphasizes Chapter Six of Huai-nan Tzu in expounding the theory of kan-ying STIMULUS-RESPONSE; RESONANCE, which postulates that all things in the universe are interrelated and influence each other according to pre-set patterns.perspective on humour to the Chinese literary consciousness and more broadly to Chinese society. ... to the London Institute earlier that year) Meredith wrote, aTo touch and kindle the mind through laughter, demands more than sprightliness, a most subtle delicacy. ... The latter reached its apotheosis in the vitalist philosophical writings of Henri Bergson, especially his book Le rire (which also began life asanbsp;...
|Title||:||Humour in Chinese Life and Letters|
|Author||:||Jessica Milner Davis, Jocelyn Chey|
|Publisher||:||Hong Kong University Press - 2011-12-01|