Contemplating Comedy

This week, I’ve been thinking about the power of humour via Jonathan Levitt’s new book, Contemplating Comedy. Jonathan Levitt is a chess grandmaster who turned his hand to publishing during the Covid lockdown. In my review, I’ve added some of my own contemplations, including French philosopher Henri Bergson’s theory of humour. Listen below:


By Tudor Rickards

Tudor Rickards is a Business School Professor who has taught and written extensively on leadership, creativity and change management. He has also worked as a scientific manager, journal editor, and entrepreneur. Tudor lives in a part of Greater Manchester which figures in his fictional writings, plays tennis badly and chess more competitively.

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