The Psychology Of Jewish Wit

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The Psychology Of Jewish Wit
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The Psychology Of Jewish Wit| Interview and panel discussion with Dr. Theodore Reich, Dr. Ferroux and Dr. Harold Greenwald| Date not given. - The Psychology of Jewish Wit, talk given by Dr. Reich which reflects upon the manuscript he has written and hopes to publish. Dr. Reich wrote his manuscript in an attempt to contribute to Jewish literature. He lists the main features of Jewish jokes or wit. Reich assert the Hebrew way of thinking and lanuguage works with word roots and shared meanings. Discussion between Dr. Reich and Dr. Ferroux about humor and the elasticty of the self. Discussion between Dr. Greenwald and the other panelists about Judaism as a revealed religion and that contributes the the aspect of paranoia. - Broadcast date not given.

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