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Atrocity, Mundanity and Mental State

Abstract: The paper explores the idea that atrocity is an attack on mundanity causing and caused by disturbance to collective mental states. Atrocity caused by a disturbed individual acting alone could be the result of a desire to disrupt the …

To Claim the Mundane

for M.B .O’Sullivan

If you’re a habitual visitor to these pages, you’ve probably noticed that this special issue of the Journal of Mundane Behavior differs from its predecessors in a number of ways. Our previous issues had contemporary photos on …

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