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Buy and Download Description The standard view [of imitation], derived from Plato's mimesis via Aristotle's Poetics, has always excluded one essential human behavior from the types subject to imitation — namely, desire and, more fundamentally still, appropriation. If one individual imitates another when the latter appropriates some object, the result cannot fail to be rivalry or conflict ... In human beings, the process rapidly tends toward interminable revenge, which should be de.ned in mimetic or imitative terms. The standard view [of imitation], derived from Plato's mimesis via Aristotle's Poetics, has always excluded one essential human behavior from the types subject to imitation — namely, desire and, more fundamentally still, appropriation. If one indi
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