Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.2AG

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[The previous blog brings me to Rene Girard, an insightful theorist who focused on the importance of scapegoats in our current Lebenswelt.

According to the intersecting nested forms underlying the message of the word ‘religion’, scapegoats trigger a projection, a thinkanti-object.

Who accuses?

The golden calves cultivate thinkpro-object. They point their well-manicured fingers.

The golden calves are always prepared to project thinkanti-object onto someone when disorder threatens.

This helps to explain why the selection of scapegoats appears almost random.]