Magic: A Sociological Study

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Magic: A Sociological Study
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Chapter I- Occult Power 1
  • Notes to Chapter I 24
  • Chapter II- Magic and Animism 38
  • Notes to Chapter II 55
  • Chapter III- Procedures and Techniques of Magic 60
  • Notes to Chapter III 85
  • Chapter IV- The Magical Word- Spells 92
  • Notes to Chapter IV 115
  • Chapter V- The Magical Object- Charms 121
  • Notes to Chapter V 138
  • Chapter VI- Magicians 144
  • Notes to Chapter VI 168
  • Chapter VII- Professional Magicians 180
  • Notes to Chapter VII 194
  • Chapter VIII- The Making of Magicians 202
  • Notes to Chapter VIII 229
  • Chapter IX- The Powers of Magicians 237
  • Notes to Chapter IX 266
  • Chapter X- The Functions of Magicians 279
  • Notes to Chapter X 298
  • Chapter XI- Public Magic 306
  • Notes to Chapter XI 336
  • Chapter XII- Private Magic 344
  • Notes to Chapter XII 367
  • Chapter XIII- Sorcery 373
  • Notes to Chapter XIII 394
  • Chapter XIV- Imaginary Sorcery 401
  • Notes to Chapter XIV 426
  • Chapter XV- Safeguards against Sorcery 433
  • Notes to Chapter XV 464
  • Chapter XVI- The Belief in Magic 474
  • Notes to Chapter XVI 490
  • Chater XVII the Role of Magic 497
  • Notes to Chapter XVII 507
  • Index 511
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