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Taking as its point of departure the existing critical literature on the intersections between René Girard's and Giorgio Agamben's anthropogenetic theories, this essay aims to add further considerations to the debate by discussing some of Agamben's intuitions within a Girardian paradigmatic explanatory framework. I show how by regressing the archeological analysis to a pre-institutional and pre-legal moment, and by re-examining the antinomic structure of the sacred in its genetic organizingdoi:10.35765/forphil.2019.2401.06 fatcat:isesekjuobhadewg4hpihej43q