War and splendour

Critical Horizons 9 (2):121-138 (2008)
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Abstract

Collective performances cannot be understood only from the intentions of the organizers, participants and bystanders, and from their historical, political, economic and ideological contexts. Cultural performances close in on themselves and evolve with their own logic: that of ceremony and festival in which their own scenes of splendour, dance and war adjust to one another.

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Alphonso Lingis
Catholic University of Louvain

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