Some Thoughts on 'Scapegoating' and Its Origins in Leviticus 16

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The phenomenon we call scapegoating seems familiar, and we may think that as intelligent and benign folk we have a fairly secure grasp on our impulses to scapegoat others: that is, on our capacity to project some of the hidden, darker, more unpleasant aspects of ourselves onto other groups or individuals.

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