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" A king of this sort lives hedged in by ceremonious etiquette, a network of prohibitions and observances, of which the intention is not to contribute to his dignity, much less to his comfort, but to restrain him from conduct which by disturbing the harmony... "
Totem and Taboo: Resemblances Between the Psychic Lives of Savages and Neurotics - Page 76
by Sigmund Freud - 1919 - 268 pages
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The Golden Bough: A Study in Comparative Religion, Volume 1

Sir James George Frazer - Dying and rising gods - 1890 - 816 pages
...they compel him to take of himself. A king of this sort lives hedged in by a ceremonious ROYAL AND etiquette, a network of prohibitions and observances,...their object to preserve, a burden and sorrow to him. • Of the supernaturally endowed kings of Loango it is said that the more powerful a king is, the...
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The king of the wood. The perils of the soul

Sir James George Frazer - Dying and rising gods - 1900
...take of him, and which they compel him to take of himself. A king of this sort lives hedged in by a ceremonious etiquette, a network of prohibitions and...their object to preserve, a burden and sorrow to him. Of the supernaturally endowed kings of Loango it is said that the more powerful a king is, the more...
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Philosophical Occasions, 1912-1951

Ludwig Wittgenstein, James Carl Klagge, Alfred Nordmann - Philosophy - 1993 - 560 pages
...childlike (infantile) theory again in today's philosophy, only not with the winning ways of the childlike.) not to contribute to his dignity, much less to his...their object to preserve, a burden and sorrow to him." 13. Ibid., p. 179 [iii, 28|: "The Malays conceive the human soul as a little man . . . who corresponds...
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The Golden Bough

James George Frazer - Social Science - 2002 - 768 pages
...take of him, and which they compel him to take of himself. A king of this sort lives hedged in by a ceremonious etiquette, a network of prohibitions and...their object to preserve, a burden and sorrow to him. Of the supernaturally endowed kings of Loango it is said that the more powerful a king is, the more...
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Rosalind Krauss and American Philosophical Art Criticism: From Formalism to ...

David Carrier - Art - 2002 - 124 pages
...of prohibitions and observances — Far from adding to his comfort, these observances, by trammeling his every act, annihilate his freedom and often render the very life ... a burden and sorrow to him. Pollock, Greenberg claimed, was a great painter. In the 1940s, few...
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