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" The comparison of savage and civilized religions brings into view, by the side of deep-lying resemblance in their philosophy, a deep-lying contrast in their practical action. on human life. So far as savage religion can stand as representing natural religion,... "
Dynamic Sociology, Or Applied Social Science: As Based Upon Statical ... - Page 278
by Lester Frank Ward - 1883
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Primitive Culture: Researches Into the Development of Mythology ..., Volume 2

Edward Burnett Tylor - Animism - 1871
...investigation has more than a mere reason of arrangement. It is due to the very nature of the subject. To some the statement may seem startling, yet the...side of deep-lying resemblance in their philosophy, a deep-lying contrast in their practical action. on human life. So far as savage religion can stand as...
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Primitive Culture: Researches Into the Development of Mythology ..., Volume 2

Edward Burnett Tylor - Animism - 1874
...investigation has more than a mere reason of arrangement. It is due to the very nature of the subject. To some the statement may seem startling, yet the...one that only belongs in its rudiments, or not at oil, to rudimentary civilization. The comparison of savage and civilized religions brings into view,...
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Primitive Culture: Researches Into the Development of Mythology ..., Volume 2

Edward Burnett Tylor - Animism - 1889
...investigation has more than a mere reason of arrangement. It is due to the very nature of the subject. TD some the statement may seem startling, yet the evidence...side of deeplying resemblance in their philosophy, a deep-lying contrast in their practical action on human life. So far as savage relipion can stand as...
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Primitive Culture: Researches Into the Development of Mythology ..., Volume 2

Edward Burnett Tylor - Animism - 1891 - 502 pages
...has more than a mere reason of arrangemei.f. It is due to the very nature of the subject. To some'the statement may seem startling, yet the evidence seems...civilized religions brings into view, by the side of a deeplying resemblance in their philosophy, a deep-lying contrast in their practical action on human...
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Ethnologische Studien zur ersten Entwicklung der Strafe: nebst ..., Volume 1

Sebald Rudolf Steinmetz - Ethnopsychology - 1894
...359). Dagegen scheint er mir zu Unrecht zu haben, wie ich zu beweisen hoffe, wenn er sagt (S. 360): „that the relation of morality to religion is one...that only belongs in its rudiments, or not at all, to rodimentary civilisation." Selbstverständlich, doch in angedeuteter Weise irreführend ist: „savage...
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Religion and Morality: Their Nature and Mutual Relations, Historically and ...

James Joseph Fox - Ethics - 1899 - 322 pages
...in this sense of the word is wanting in savage life. In summing up his conclusions Tylor writes : " To some the statement may seem startling, yet the...rudiments, or not at all, to rudimentary civilization." l A rudimentary display of the tendency to seek a religious sanction is, on the contrary, what we should...
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The International Quarterly, Volume 1

Frederick Albert Richardson - Political science - 1900
...in nature and origin, but that for some time they remain without relation. Thus Mr. Tylor writes, " To some the statement may seem startling, yet the...that the relation of morality to religion is one that belongs only in its rudiments, or not at all, to rudimentary civilization. * * * Savage animism is...
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Theology and Identity: The Impact of Culture Upon Christian Thought in the ...

Kwame Bediako - Religion - 1999 - 507 pages
...in which began the age-long course of the education of the world",61 the evidence for the conclusion "that the relation of morality to religion is one...belongs in its rudiments, or not at all, to rudimentary civilisation".62 The "savage animism" of the lower races is, consequently, "not immoral, it is unmoral",...
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Classical Approaches to the Study of Religion: Aims, Methods, and ..., Volume 1

Jacques Waardenburg - Religion - 1999 - 742 pages
...nations forms its most vital part, is indeed little represented in the religion of the lower races.'8 "The comparison of savage and civilized religions brings into view, by the side of a deep-lying resemblance in their philosophy, a deep-lying contrast in their practical action on human...
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For the Glory of God: How Monotheism Led to Reformations, Science, Witch ...

Rodney Stark - Religion - 2003 - 488 pages
...took pains to point out that only some kinds of religions have moral implications. Tylor reported: To some the statement may seem startling, yet the...of savage and civilized religions brings into view ... a deep-lying contrast in their practical action on human life . . . the popular idea that the moral...
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