Table of contents for Refractions of violence / Martin Jay.


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Refractions of Violence
Martin Jay
Acknowledgements
Introduction
I: Walter Benjamin and the Refusal to Mourn
II: Peace in Our Time
III: Fathers and Sons: Jan Phillip Reemtsma
IV: The Ungrateful Dead
V: When did the Holocaust End? Reflections on Historical Objectivity
VI: The Conversion of the Rose
VII: Pen Pals with the Unicorn Killer
VIII: Kwangju: From Massacre to Biennale
IX:  Must Justice Be Blind?: Images and the Law
X: Diving into the Wreck: Aesthetic Spectatorship at the Turn of the Millennium
XI: Astronomical Hindsight: The Speed of Light and the Virtualization of Reality
XII: Returning the Gaze: The American Response to the French Critique of 
Ocularcentrism
XIII: Lafayette's Children: The American Reception of French Liberalism
XIV: Somaesthetics and Democracy: John Dewey and Body Art
XV:  The Paradoxes of Religious Violence
XVI: Fearful Symmetries: September llth and the Agonies of the Left
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Violence, Civilization, Modern 20th century