Carl Jung and the Role of Shadow and Trickster in Political Humor : Social Philosophical Analysis
Hietalahti, J. (2019). Carl Jung and the Role of Shadow and Trickster in Political Humor : Social Philosophical Analysis. In C. P. Martins (Ed.), Comedy for Dinner and Other Dishes (pp. 20-41). Instituto de Estudos Filosóficos (IEF). http://www.uc.pt/fluc/uidief/ebooks/Comedy_for_dinner
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