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The Mind of Primitive Man
A FAMOUS psychological novelist has asserted that racial differences are irreducible, and that even when love unites two members of distinct races their life, however harmonious, is lived over aExpand
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The Golden Bough: a Study in Magic and Religion
THE third part of “The Golden Bough” is an expansion of a portion of the third chapter of the second edition. Its title, “The Dying God,” indicates the chief concern of the whole work, for it mightExpand
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The Golden Bough: a Study in Magic and Religion
THE third edition of Prof. Frazer's book will be in six parts, comprising at least seven volumes. As the subject of “the dying god,” to which the last four parts will be devoted, has proved, in theExpand
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The Golden Bough
THE concluding instalment of Prof. Frazer's famous book may be regarded as demonstrating in a vivid manner and at an appropriate juncture the qualities both of itself and of its author. As has beenExpand
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Behavior: An Introduction to Comparative Psychology
BY the nature of its subject-matter, psychology has been more handicapped than any other science as regards both methods and aims. This is a truism which may qualify the following statement of Prof.Expand
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The Golden Bough A Study in Magic and Religion
No book has ever been written which contains so large a mass of facts as “The Golden Bough.” Nor has any book had its data more thoroughly documented. The bibliography arid index, forming the twelfthExpand
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The family among the Australian aborigines
What do you do to start reading family among the australian aborigines? Searching the book that you love to read first or find an interesting book that will make you want to read? Everybody hasExpand
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Kinship Organisations and Group Marriage in Australia
MR. THOMAS has digested everything that has been written on the Australian natives. In this volume he gives us a Very useful résumé of all the facts of their complex social organisation, separatingExpand
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Interpretations and Forecasts: a Study of Survivals and Tendencies in Contemporary Society
Abstract“THE city,” said Aristotle, “exists for the sake of the good life.” But only by the good life is the ideal city, the perfect state, to be realised. In other words, social organisation isExpand
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(1) Child Training: a System of Education for the Child under the School Age (2) The Foundations of Normal and Abnormal Psychology
Abstract(1) TO stimulate educational ideas is a most valuable social service, but the necessity of using the method of trial and error in the application of this or that principle to the teachingExpand
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