The Sense of Humor: The Criterion that Evolution Has Become Conscious (Original Staging) The Sense of Humor: The Criterion that Evolution Has Become Conscious (Original Staging)

The Sense of Humor: The Criterion that Evolution Has Become Conscious (Original Staging‪)‬

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Responding to a question about why there are not many women comediennes or jokes which do not have a male chauvinistic ring to them, Osho dives into the context and history of women in societies and the sense of humor coming into existence at a late stage of evolution. 

No animal other than humans have a sense of humor. The sense of humor can be called the criterion whether evolution has become conscious or not.

From the series: The New Dawn, Chapter #31

OSHO TALKS – from original recordings of live events with Osho and his audience of seekers and friends from around the world. Recorded at the Osho International Meditation Resort, Pune, India.

GENRE
Comédie
NARRATION
O
Osho
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
DURÉE
00:57
h min
SORTIE
2021
19 novembre
ÉDITIONS
Osho International
PRÉSENTÉ PAR
Audible.fr
TAILLE
46,5
Mo

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