Some articles on Jokes/humor/laughter
Jokes: Philosophical Thoughts on Joking Matters Ted Cohen: Great jokes, shame about the philosophy! Well, that's not entirely fair. This book presents a reasonable philosophy of jokes, but there's not a whole lot to say on this subject, and, anyway, it seems to miss the point somehow. Fortunately, the focus here is as much on the jokes, and some great ones are included, particularly a number of ingenious Jewish jokes which most people haven't heard.
David Benatar, "Prejudice in Jest: When Racial and Gender Humor Harms," reprinted in David Benatar (ed.) Ethics for Everyday (New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002), pp. 40-51, at pp. 45-47.
B Gaut 1998 “Just Joking: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Humour” Philosophy and Literature 22 51-68.
John Morreall, ed., The Philosophy of Laughter and Humor SUNY 1987 In library
Inside jokes : using humor to reverse-engineer the mind / Matthew M. Hurley, Daniel C.
Dennett, and Reginald B. Adams. Hurley, Matthew M., 1977- Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2011. In library
Jerrold Levinson, “Humor” in Edward Craig ed. Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy