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AEFI and the pentavalent vaccine: looking for a composite picture

Jacob Puliyel

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2013.047


Georg Christoph Lichtenberg’s reference to “a knife without a blade, for which the handle is missing” has been illustrated recently by Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin. In his work, Jokes and their Relation to the Cognitive Unconscious, Freud suggested that the “knife without a blade which has no handle” is as absurd or funny as a “frame without a picture”.

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