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Evans-Pritchard and the anthropology of religion

Vidot, Peter Alexander


The purpose of this thesis is to explore the development of Evans-Pritchard's approach to the anthropological study of religion. This study is both an exegesis and an analysis of the formulation of his theoretical framework. Evans-Pritchard's perspective is complex, due in part to the range of people who had significant influence on his development as a thinker and to his evolving response to them.

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Date published: 1991
Type: Thesis (Masters)


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