Volume 3, Spring 1996

Table of Contents

Eating Disorders and Mimetic Desire

pp. 1-20
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The Cycle of Violence and Feminist Constructions of Selfhood

pp. 21-42
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Desire is Mimetic: A Clinical Approach

pp. 43-49
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The Unique Source of Religion and Morality

pp. 51-65
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The King and the Crowd: Divine Right and Popular Sovereignty in the French Revolution

pp. 67-83
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Politics and Peace

pp. 85-101
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"The Crowd Is Untruth": A Comparison of Kierkegaard and Girard

pp. 103-119
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Mimesis, Violence, and Socially Engaged Buddhism: Overture to a Dialogue

pp. 121-140
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Ibsen's Drama of Self-Sacrifice

pp. 141-161
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The Sacred and the Myth: Havel's Greengrocer and the Transformation of Ideology in Communist Czechoslovakia

pp. 163-182
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Murder in the Garden?: The Envy of the Gods in Genesis 2 and 3

pp. 183-200
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Holy Communion: Altar Sacrament for Making a Sacrificial Sin Offering, or Table Sacrament for Nourishing a Life of Service?

pp. 201-221
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Contributors

Notes on Contributors

pp. 223-224
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