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Sensing evil

Counterterrorism, techno-science, and the cultural reproduction of security

Mark Maguire and Pete Fussey

as basic emotional states, deception cues, and, potentially, emotional signs of hostile intent. Today, in a re-imagining of centuries-old criminological positivism, the techno-scientific projects emerging from homeland security include AVATAR

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The Religious Foundations of Capoeira Angola

The Cosmopolitics of an Apparently Non-religious Practice

Sergio González Varela

about inherent values and meanings that encompass different attitudes of the logic of practice, such as deception, betrayal, play, and embodiment. Here I address some of the common assumptions made by anthropologists (e.g., Downey 2008 ; Lewis 1992

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Paisley Livingston

Adams , 144 – 153 . New York : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich . Elster , Jon . 1986 . “Deception and Self-Deception in Stendhal: Some Sartrian Themes.” In The Multiple Self , 93 – 114 . Cambridge : Cambridge University Press . Iseminger , Gary

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Reinventing Anthropological Topics

Soheila Shahshahani

, perspective and power relations. The author, in the crucible of experience, asks seminal questions on an area that has suffered greatly, not only as human life is concerned, but also in regard to political deceptions and a lack of scientific attention paid to

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A Totem and a Taboo

Germans and Jews Re-enacting Aspects of the Holocaust

Jeremy Schonfield

linked by theme and characterization. They delineated a familiar tragedy of deportation, fear, sadism, self-deception and murder, and movingly expressed these German students’ search for some form of reconciliation with their grandparents’ generation

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Ronald E. Santoni

‘character’; a project of running away from our freedom; of ‘denying our freedom over our character’, favouring ‘fixed nature’ over ‘freedom.’ In short, it is a project of self-deception, or ‘lying to oneself’, as Sartre, following Nietzsche, calls it, but is

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Confronting Tyranny in a Public Health Agency

Crafting a ‘Philosophy of Praxis’ into a ‘Community of Resistance’

Brian McKenna

truths, even the unpleasant ones, and in avoiding the impossible deceptions of the upper class, and even more their own. (Antonio Gramsci, quoted in Peter Thomas 2009: 291 ) My critical ethnography of a governmental health department permitted me to

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‘Double Sorrow’

The Complexity of Complaint in Chaucer’s Anelida and Arcite and Henryson’s Testament of Cresseid

Jacqueline Tasioulas

interest in truth and lies here, certainly, but that interest engages too with half-truths, with the subtleties of deception, with self-deception, with the ultimate impossibility of knowledge of another’s self, or even of one’s own self. Henryson’s ‘Quha

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Karen Fiss

” or “masquerading” as boys when committing their alleged crimes. The problematic collapse of “nondisclosure” and “active deception” reiterates common misrepresentations of transgender identity, yet has formed the core of the legal interpretations that

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John of Lancaster’s Negotiation with the Rebels in 2 Henry IV

Fifteenth-Century Northern England as Sixteenth-Century Ireland

Jane Yeang Chui Wong

representatives and the Irish confederacy as a result of a long history of broken promises, dissimulation and outright deception. In his letter of submission, O’Neill admits that he has repeatedly broken oaths of loyalty to the crown. Nonetheless, he hopes that