Group Theories of Religion and the Individual

Group Theories of Religion and the Individual

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Group Theories of Religion and the Individual

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The following pages contain the substance of a course of lectures delivered by me in the summer term of 1914 as Wilde Lecturer on Natural and Comparative Religion in the University of Oxford. They are devoted to an examination of certain theories as to the nature of Religion put forward by a group of French scholars, of whom the most prominent are M. Durkheim and M. Lévy Bruhl, as stated in such volumes of their organ, L'Année Sociologique, as had been published up to the time at which these lectures were composed, in M. Lévy Bruhl Les Fonctions Mentales clans les Sociétés Inférieures, and in certain articles contributed by M. Durkheim to the Revue de Métaphysique el . . .

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