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  Volume 20, 2013

Table of Contents

From the Editor

pp. v-vi
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Articles

The Place of Mimesis and the Apocalyptic: Toward a Topology of the “Far and Near”

pp. 1-24
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The Reception of the Mimetic Theory in the German-Speaking World

pp. 25-76
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Naturalizing Ethics: A Girardian Perspective

pp. 77-86
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Scandals Must Come

pp. 87-99
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The Nonself of Girard

pp. 101-116
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The Child of Fortune: Envy and the Constitution of the Social Space

pp. 117-140
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Nietzsche’s Double Binds: Giuseppe Fornari and René Girard on Nietzsche’s Thought

pp. 141-162
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Expositions of Sacrificial Logic: Girard, Žižek, and Cormac McCarthy’s No Country for Old Men

pp. 163-179
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To-Night “Golden Curls”: Murder and Mimesis in Hitchcock’s The Lodger

pp. 181-205
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The Sacrificial Ram and the Swan Queen: Mimetic Theory Fades to Black

pp. 207-237
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How Can Satan Cast Out Satan?: Violence and the Birth of the Sacred in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight

pp. 239-251
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Re-Visiting the Double: A Girardian Reading of Alfred Hitchcock’s Rope and Strangers on a Train

pp. 253-261
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Contributors

pp. 263-267
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Research Areas

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