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Volume 56, Issue 2, Summer 2012
Violence and the Sacred

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Maria Margaroni Violence and the Sacred: Archaic Connections, Contemporary Aporias, Profane Thresholds
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Alphonso Lingis Sacrilege
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Martha J. Reineke After the Scapegoat: René Girard’s Apocalyptic Vision and the Legacy of Mimetic Theory
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Frederiek Depoortere Reading Giorgio Agamben’s Homo Sacer with René Girard
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Sarah Kathryn Hansen Agamben, Kristeva, and the Language of the Sacred
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Christina Kkona The Ambivalence of the Sacred in Julia Kristeva
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Robin Truth Goodman Julia Kristeva’s Sacrificial Murders: The Body at Work as the Work of Art
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Cara Judea Alhadeff Kristeva and Bataille: Archeologies of Prohibition and the Erotics of the Uncanny
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Jason Kemp Winfree Sacred Violence and the Death of God: Bataille’s Lucid Fanaticisms
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Wernmei Yong Ade The Sacred: of Violence, Intimacy, and Love
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Frances L. Restuccia Profaning the Messiah or Why Can’t Dulcinea Love Us?
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Jeanette McVicker The Task of Journalism in the Age of Terrorism: Imagining the Profane
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