Journal of Religion and Violence Special Issue

The Journal of Religion and Violence recently published a special issue on René Girard’s mimetic theory.

Here is the table of contents:

1:2 – Table of Contents

SPECIAL ISSUE: René Girard’s Mimetic Theory and its Contribution to the Study of Religion and Violence

Introduction, Wilhelm Guggenberger and Wolfgang Palaver

Religion and Violence: A Girardian Overview, Nikolaus Wandinger

René Girard and Raymund Schwager on Religion, Violence, and Sacrifice: New Insights from Their Correspondence, Mathias Moosbrugger

Taming Violence, Wilhelm Guggenberger

Terrorism versus Non-Violent Resistance, Wolfgang Palaver

The Power of the Zealots: Religion, Violence, and International Relations, Jodok Troy

Modernity as Revelation: René Girard’s Imagination of the Worst, Stephen L. Gardner

For more information, see the Journal of Religion and Violence website.

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