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This index presents a list of ancient author names (or terms) that occur in this book titled To Break Our Chains. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. The book includes a great deal of writing on practical issues ranging from nihilism to figurehead politicians to working-class life. It deals with the kinds of things critical theorists like to comment on, but rarely with so much practical insight. Traditionally societies use rituals, both well as well as badly, as psychological reminders and psychological sustainers of social relationships, that enforce boundaries of an ontological sort.

Keywords: ontological sort; social relationships

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