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Payback : why we retaliate, redirect aggression, and take revenge
Barash, David P.
Adult Nonfiction BF515 .B36 2011

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1 - Passing the Pain Alongp. 3
2 - Biology: Animals and Moleculesp. 25
3 - Personal: Slings, Arrows, and Outrageous Scapegoatingp. 57
4 - Social: Revenge, Feuding, Rioting, Terrorism, War, and Other Delightsp. 91
5 - Stories: Pain-Passing in Myth and Literaturep. 118
6 - Justice: Not Revenge?p. 139
7 - Overcoming: Shall We?p. 163
The Jewish Way(Halakah)p. 165
Some Christian Waysp. 167
The Way of a.a.p. 173
The way of Islamp. 175
Gandhi's Wayp. 176
The Buddhist Wayp. 179
The way of Psychology and Physiologyp. 184
The Game Theorist's Wayp. 185
The Economist's Wayp. 189
The Psychiatrist's Wayp. 190
The Way of Apolpgyp. 194
The Way of the Worldp. 196
8 - Conclusion: The Principle of Minimizing Pain (an 11th Commandment)p. 199
Indexp. 201

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