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By Jean-Loup Chiflet, Alain Bouldouyre

ISBN-10: 2259212123

ISBN-13: 9782259212120

Longtemps, Jean-Loup Chiflet s'est levé de bonne heure, pour se plonger dans le monde jubilatoire de l'humour. De Montesquieu à Coluche, de Feydeau à Frédéric Dard, de Jules Renard à Bourvil, des Pataphysiciens aux Oulipiens et de Molière à Blondin, il a essayé d'en analyser le mécanisme complexe : l'humour est-il vraiment un «excès de sérieux», comme le pensait Tristan Bernard, ou «une tentative pour décaper les grands sentiments de leur connerie» comme le laissait plutôt entendre Raymond Queneau ? Vaste débat...
Dans ce Dictionnaire amoureux, et du fait même subjectif, il laisse aussi libre cours à ses passions pour le nonsense anglo-saxon ou les magiciens de los angeles langue que sont Vialatte, Ponge, Prévert et tant d'autres.

Jean-Loup Chiflet est l'auteur, entre autres facéties, de l'incontournable Sky my husband ! Ciel mon mari ! et du non moins célèbre Oxymore mon amour ! Il est aussi l'adaptateur en France des dessins et légendes du New Yorker, et l'éditeur de quelques joyeux humoristes patentés.

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H. (1978). The anatomy of hallucinations. Chicago, IL: Nelson-Hall. H. (1997). Healing the mind. A history of psychiatry from antiquity to the present. W. Norton & Company. Alucinatio Fig. 4 Alois Alzheimer see Hallucination. Alusia The term alusia comes from the Greek verb aluein, which means to wander, to be distraught, to be beside oneself, or to be outrageous. It was introduced in or shortly before 1823 by the British surgeon John Mason Good (1764–1827) as a generic term for ∗ illusions and hallucinations.

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1976). A query regarding the possible hallucinogenic effects of ant ingestion in south-central California. Journal of California Anthropology, 3, 78–81. Rudgley, R. (1998). The encyclopaedia of psychoactive substances. London: Little, Brown and Company. Antipsychotics and Hallucinations The term antipsychotic is used as a synonym for the terms neuroleptic and major tranquilizer. All three terms refer to a group of psychotropic substances with varying chemical structures that have a broad range of effects upon the CNS, the peripheral nervous system, and various other tracts.

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