This Text Traces The Growth And Development Of Two Related Disciplines, Anthropology And The Study Of Religions Locating These Disciplines Within The Intellectual Climate Of The 19th Century, The Study Considers The Contributions Of Scholars Such As James George Frazer, F Max Muller, Emile Durkheim, Mary Douglas And Clifford Geertz, Within An Historical Framework The Author Argues That Both Anthropologists And Students Of Religion Have Abandoned An Objective Approach In Favour Of Personal Engagement With Their Subjects, Replacing Observation With Conversation, Monologue With Dialogue, A Text Based With People Based Approach He Reveals How Each Discipline Has Influenced The Other Both In Terms Of Methodology And By The Provision Of Data The Book Also Explores The Criticism Levelled At Both Disciplines That They Have Aided Colonial Domination Of The Developing World.
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