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  Volume 9, Spring 2002

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

p. iv
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Introduction

pp. 1-3
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Violence and Institution in Christianity

pp. 4-33
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Christianity and Violence: A Response to Robert Daly

pp. 34-38
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Discussion Summary

pp. 39-42
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Working Warfare and its Restrictions in the Jewish Tradition

pp. 43-63
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Reading Halachically and Aggadically: A Response to Reuven Kimelman

pp. 64-76
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Discussion Summary

pp. 77-79
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The Problems of Violence and Conflict in Islam

pp. 80-98
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Response to Qamar-Ul Huda

pp. 99-104
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Discussion Summary

pp. 105-108
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Violence and Nonviolence in Hindu Religious Traditions

pp. 109-139
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Hinduism and Mimetic Theory: A Response

pp. 140-145
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Discussion Summary

pp. 146-150
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Dharma and Destruction: Buddhist Institutions and Violence

pp. 151-174
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Buddhism and Mimetic Theory: A Response to Christopher Ives

pp. 175-184
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Discussion Summary

pp. 185-189
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Wrap-Up Summary

pp. 190-192
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Epilogue

pp. 193-196
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Contributors

Notes on Contributors

pp. 197-198
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Research Areas

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