no you're absolutely wrong. Aristophanes is the founder of philosophy. I don't know what school you went to, but you're wrong. And as to the rest, huh? I'm just going to say you're wrong. Comedy is philosophy (it's actually among the first philosophy.) Yes comedy is wisdom. There's no "relationship", you're obviously a modern thinker, and I doubt you went to a real school.
Why are you correcting me when you see I translate Latin and Greek? That's my concern.
Aristophanes is the founder of philosophy: take it or leave it.
Then it was cynics, cynics are philosophy; so they are comedians, cynic comedy, cynicism. I do not have modern tendencies of thought, and I translate Latin and Greek, therefore I am a more trustworthy source.
I translate Latin and Greek but there/here I am wrong? I guess. laugh.
Still, I won't be corrected by a modern thinker, by wishy washy.
Does no one notice I translate Latin and Greek?