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Extreme violence: can we understand it?
From massacre to the genocidal process
The changing face of mass murder: massacre, genocide, and postgenocide
The “right distance” when dealing with violence
Some problems in the characterisation of violence in politics: the example of fanaticism and its causes
“Terrorism” as total violence?
Civilian populations and wartime violence: towards an historical analysis
Extreme violence in combat and wilful blindness
Fundamentalist violence: political violence and political religion in modern conflict
Extreme violence and the scholarly community
Working with abhorrent objects: some moral and epistemological considerations
An ethic of responsibility in practice
Torture and the borders of humanity
Sironi, F.; Branche, R.
The anthropology of extreme violence: the crime of desecration
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