Angelaki 21 (3):83-87 (2016)

Theories of laughter exemplify the radical difference between descriptive language and actuality. This difference is figured by Henri Bergson in his classic treatment of laughter as the mismatch between the mechanical and the living, a differential locus modeled herein with the help of a banana peel.
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