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Philosophical Inquiries into Modern Jihadism


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Theme: Philosophical Inquiries into Modern Jihadism
Publication: Philosophical Journal of Conflict and Violence (PJCV)
Date: Volume 1, Issue 2 (December 2017)



The second issue of the Philosophical Journal of Conflict and
Violence (PJCV) is dedicated to the issues raised by modern jihadism
and is available in open access via the following link:
trivent-publishing.eu/pjcvI2.2017.html

Table of Contents


Dossier:
Philosophical Inquiries into Modern Jihadism

René Girard’s Reflections on Modern Jihadism: An Introduction
Andreas Wilmes

Terror Attacks and the Production of the Sacred
Thomas Clavel

Killing for Paradise
Jean-Marc Bourdin

Terrorism: from Ethnic Cleansing to Lone Wolves
Paul Dumouchel

Terrorism and Democracy
Benoît Chantre

Cold and Efficient Killing Machines
Jacob Rogozinski

Jihadism: What is a Terror Apparatus? Interview
Jacob Rogozinski, Andreas Wilmes


René Girard: Interviews (2002–2008)

What are our Values Worth? (La Croix, 2002)
René Girard, Laurent d’Ersu, Robert Migliorini

Facing the Devil’s Test: The Truth According to René Girard (Nouvelle
Revue Certitudes, 2005) René Girard, Laurent Linneuil, Abbé de
Tanoüarn

“I would like to be your age…” (Contrepoints, 2015)
René Girard, Pierre Farge

Varia

Duress as a Defence in a case of Murder
Maximillian Kiener

Book Reviews

Giuseppe Fornari, A God Torn to Pieces. The Nietzsche Case
Asha Lancaster-Thomas

David Humbert, Violence in the Films of Alfred Hitchcock: a Study in
Mimesis George A. Dunn

Domenico Losurdo, Non-Violence: a History Beyond the Myth
Verbena Giambastiani

Stefano Tomelleri. Ressentiment: Reflections on Mimetic Desire and
Society Burak Demirbas


Contact:

Andreas Wilmes PhD, Editor-in-Chief
Philosophical Journal of Conflict and Violence
Web: trivent-publishing.eu/pjcv.html
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