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  1. Understanding the Protester’s Opposition: From Bodily Presence to the Linguistic Dimension—Violence and Non-violence.Paul Marinescu - 2020 - Human Studies 43 (2):219-236.
    This paper aims to address the manner in which the protester’s opposition, or what I consider as the protester’s being-there-against, “profiles” itself in the no-man’s-land between non-violence and violence. My focus is therefore to unfold some of its constitutive layers, relying on the conceptual tools prominently provided by Ricoeur’s hermeneutical phenomenology. The first constitutive layer concerns the protester’s bodily presence, seized first of all as a specific “here” and “there,” and then as an expressive body that is communicating through gestures. (...)
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