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    Human Constructions.Michael Frayn - 2009 - The Philosophers' Magazine 47 (47):120-126.
    Anything comic has got to be basically serious – that’s what makes it funny. If there wasn’t anything at issue in comedy there wouldn’t be anything to laugh at. Similarly, if you’re writing about multiple universe theory, or whatever it happens to be, you can’t help seeing the funny side of it, because there are many, many funny aspects to a lot of philosophical and scientific ideas and it’s absolutely impossible to write them all with a completely straight face.
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    Autonomy in Ants and Humans.Jeremy I. M. Carpendale & Michael Frayn - 2016 - Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39.
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    The Human Touch: Our Part in the Creation of a Universe.Michael Frayn - 2006 - Metropolitan Books.
    What do we really know? What are we in relation to the world around us? Here, the acclaimed playwright and novelist takes on the great questions of his career—and of our lives Humankind, scientists agree, is an insignificant speck in the impersonal vastness of the universe. But what would that universe be like if we were not here to say something about it? Would there be numbers if there were no one to count them? Would the universe even be vast, (...)
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