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“As in the 16th century Tupinambá bellico­sociological cannibalism as well as in  the Araweté funerary cannibalism, the crucial question is “What is it that is eaten?”. Because it is neither the objectified body nor the subject of the enemy that is being eaten, but the enemy’s  point of view.”

The Second Body and the Multiple Outside (PDF)

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