Laughter is treated here as a social phenomenon in a sender-recipient meaning, that is, as a phenomenon set in case of both ‘sides’ of this relation in a fixed social context of which a specific case is a context of worldview. It was assumed that every human being has three kind of frame of reference: other human being, the social system, the tradition (human history en globe). According to this frame of reference author studies three kind of communication with laugh/laughter. In second frame author points out three humour’s institution in social system: jester, carnival and cabaret and writes also about special moment in tradition which was Holocaust and change of value after The Second World War. Author refers to Adorno’s categorical imperative to show how change a laugh(ter) after Auschwitz. This book should be useful to philosophers, sociologists, cultural academics or anyone else who research concentrate on category of laughter and communicative context of humour.