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Does anyone read Cohen's Jeffrey Jerome C "Monster Culture (Seven Theses)"?? Did Cohen believed monsters exist? Or not??

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I believe the monsters exist according to Cohen. He thinks the show up in various forms as things also. Mainly in this book makes clear theories of monsters, which consists of seven theses. This thesis concerns symbolize culture, which permeates through society and shaped by the collective behavior. These allegations are also testify to our facynacji and want to know differences between man and monster. This book describes the situations in which the author (Cohen), wants to introduce their culture monsters, transforming into werewolves, vampires, etc. So I think the author believes and thinks the monsters there are, therefore, also the thesis describes Teze informing potowrow behavior and culture, their body and the body of this culture, their lust, categories and opportunities throughout ...
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