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Journal of Indian Philosophy 28 (5/6):651-664 (2000)
This paper is about misfortune as elaborated in the narratives of (counter-) witchcraft practitioners and consultants. Their statements can be read from different perspectives, and I choose here to look at them specifically in terms of 'passions' and their control
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