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For Whose Greater Good? The Case of Hero-Making: Girch and Darius
Heroism Science An Interdisciplinary Journal
This article reviews an investigation into the case of Stanley Girch (aka Girėnas) and Stephen William Darius as (multi)transfigured and transforming heroes and seeks to examine a twofold assumption that has emerged in heroism science, namely that people create heroes mostly for the better and that learning from the past can help assess which heroes are needed. We argue that it may be beneficial to shift the focus of the analysis and follow the reverse course of a hero's journey, tracing thedoi:10.26736/hs.2019.01.05 fatcat:ybsttrukq5hpxel2m2czizu7iy