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Africa agency animal Anth Baganda Bakongo believed Benin blood revenge Borneo British Central Africa British New Guinea Buddhism capital ceremonies CHAPTER chief China Church civilization Congo Congo Free crops cult custom dead death deities destruction developed Duk-Duk Dusuns Dyaks economic Egbo Ellis Eskimo evil experience fact faith fear feasts fetish force Frazer funeral ghost gods grave human Idem India individual industry influence institution interest Kaffirs kill labor live loss Lower Niger Macdonald Madagascar magic Malay Malay Peninsula Manipur matter medicine-man Melanesians ment mind moral Naga natives natural nomic notions observe offerings omens peace person possess practice priests primitive groups primitive religion primitive society problem propitiation protect punishment reason religious organization Roth rulers sacred sacrifice Samoa Sarawak savage says shaman slaves social control Spencer spirit theory supernatural superstition taboo things tion trade Tshi Uganda valuable village Wanigela wealth Yakuts
JSTOR: Religion as Man's Completion: A Socio-Religious Study.