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  • Representatives of Attis Chapter 37. Oriental Religions in the West Chapter 38. The Myth of Osiris Chapter 39. The Ritual of Osiris Chapter 40. The Nature of Osiris
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  • upon its Anthropological significance. And Bastian was only seventeen when the Conquest of Mexico was published. The question of primitive religion had not
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  • Body Ritual among the Nacirema by Horace Mitchell Miner 7358Body Ritual among the NaciremaHorace Mitchell Miner Most cultures exhibit a particular
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  • groups of Europe, where political unity is practically synonymous with cultural individuality. We have seen how this correlation also appeared among the
    315 bytes (3,794 words) - 13:29, 4 October 2012
  • complexity of cultural transvaluation when its movements up, down, and across are followed through a considerable tract of history. A solemn ritual, let us
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  • patronage of some higher religion, as in the case of the Lenten Carnival at Viza, which is purely a cult of Dionysus. Or, again, ritual practically disappears
    497 bytes (6,361 words) - 19:47, 3 February 2012
  • Peyote Religion 327-330 (1987) (description of peyote ritual); T. Hillerman, People of Darkness 153 (1980) (description of Navajo peyote ritual). If Oregon
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  • importance in development of anthropology, 327 System of relationship, 159; classificatory, 160 Tablets, bark, containing midé ritual, 184 Taboo, against fish
    297 bytes (10,247 words) - 06:28, 13 October 2012
  • interpretation of a particular thing. And what do we mean by "religion"? The objective body of doctrines, rituals, and priesthoods, or the subjective acceptance
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  • about continuity and direction. The Olmecs should not be considered to be the "beginning", but rather, the end of a huge period of cultural formation that
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  • are foreigners, who from an eurocentric point of view and an inexplicable and presumed cultural superiority, have always judged our differences with the
    406 bytes (1,855 words) - 21:46, 18 November 2011
  • enchanted forms of masculinity. This interiorization and ritualization has importance for both theory and practice. In sociological terms the MGM marks a new
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  • 1903, pp. 385-440; also papers on physical anthropology in the Handbook and Pubs. of the National Museum and the American Museum; Archer Butler Hulbert
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  • Anthropology as Nominalism’, Cultural Anthropology, 3 (3) (1988), 335–364. Ricard, Alain and Flora Veit-Wild, eds., Interfaces Between the Oral and the
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  • old rituals and rules were still kept alive, especially where swidden cultivation continued at the side of plowing agriculture. The new religion was adapted
    209 KB (33,218 words) - 16:05, 16 June 2014
  • philosophy of religion, and, coming to perceive that systems of religion cannot be studied apart from culture, nor culture from anthropology as a whole,
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Indians, North American (category 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica articles about races and tribes)
    of Framingham, Mass., the son of a negro father and a Natick Indian mother. The physical anthropology of the white-Indian half-blood has been studied
    767 bytes (34,077 words) - 16:05, 21 July 2016
  • necessary to the exercise of the rites of the religion, they are necessary to the cultural integrity of the tribe, and, therefore, religious survival." H.R.Rep
    70 KB (11,446 words) - 05:20, 19 May 2014
  • subjugation and power struggles, making alliances and marriages to consolidate them. The faceless people. The peoples of Anahuac were in this "cultural depression"
    395 bytes (9,450 words) - 22:07, 18 November 2011
  • the Study of Religion and Gender  (2011)  Paul Reid-Bowen 2031019Vital New Matters: The Speculative Turn in the Study of Religion and GenderPaul Reid-Bowen2011
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