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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 - Page 280
by Lester Frank Ward - 1883
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Exploring the Religious Life

Rodney Stark - Religion - 2004 - 220 pages
...point out that only some kinds of religions have moral implications. Tylor ([1871] 1958, 446) reported: To some the statement may seem startling, yet the...civilization. The comparison of savage and civilized religions bring into view ... a deep-lying contrast in their practical action on human life . . . the popular...
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Dynamic Sociology, Or Applied Social Science: As Based Upon ..., Volume 2

Lester Frank Ward - Sociology - 1888
...discussion, since the beneficial influences claimed do not any of them spring from attributes which are essential to religion, but from new ones which have...that the relation of morality to religion is one that cnly belongs in its rudiments, or not at all, to rudimentary civilization. The comparison of savage...
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Primitive Culture: Researches Into the Development of Mythology ..., Volume 2

Sir 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...side of deeplying 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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The Materialist Conception of History

G.V. Plekhanov - Political Science - 2008 - 48 pages
...Tylor, primitive ariimism has no influence either on morals or on law. At this stage of development "the relation of morality to religion is one that...rudiments, or not at all, to rudimentary civilization." "Savage animism is almost devoid of that ethical element which to the educated modern mind is the very...
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