Magic And Religion
Format: Scanned PDF
Pages (PDF): 362
Publication Date: 1901
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In Magic and Religion, Lang writes a detailed criticism of the illustrious James G. Frazer's theory of magic and religion. He exposes the flaws in Frazer's evolutionary theory that magic preceded religion and that religion arose from the perceived failures of magic.
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