Magic, witchcraft, and religion: an anthropological study of the supernatural

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Mayfield Pub. Co., 1989 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 482 pages
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A comparative reader that takes an anthropological approach to the study of religious beliefs, both strange and familiar.

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Contents

The Anthropological Clifford Geertz Religion
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Study of Religion Dorothy Lee Religious Perspectives in Anthropology
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Lauriston Sharp Steel Axes for StoneAge Australians
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