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This article was published in The American Journal of Theology (1887-1920), which is continued by The Journal of Religion (1921-present). 1427 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637. The University of Chicago Press Books.
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Edward Burnett Tylor (1832-1917) may not be a household name today, but during the second half of the nineteenth century the Victorian anthropologist and scientific naturalist was a figurehead for anthropology throughout the British Empire. At his seventy-fifth birthday in 1907, his former student and friend Andrew Lang (1844-1912) argued that ‘he who would vary from Mr. Tylor’s ideas must do so in fear and trembling (as the present writer knows from experience)’ (Lang, 1907, . ).
Subjects: Religion, Humanities. The Scottish Service Book of 1637 and Its Successors: A Bio-Bibliographical Study (pp. 386-406). The Spectrum of Religion by Loren M. Edwards. Edwards (p. 479). Collections: Arts & Sciences III Collection, JSTOR Archival Journal & Primary Source Collection, JSTOR Essential Collection, Religion & Theology Collection.
The anthropologist Edward Burnett Tylor (1832–1917) defined religion as belief in spiritual beings and stated . In his 1913 book Totem and Taboo he developed a speculative story about how all monotheist religions originated and developed.
The anthropologist Edward Burnett Tylor (1832–1917) defined religion as belief in spiritual beings and stated that this belief originated as explanations of natural phenomena. Belief in spirits grew out of attempts to explain life and death. Primitive people used human dreams in which spirits seemed to appear as an indication that the human mind could exist independent of a body. In the book he asserted that monotheistic religions grew out of a homicide in a clan of a father by his sons. This incident was subconsciously remembered in human societies.
Spectrum of Religions. Chapter · January 2014 with 3 Reads. In book: Encyclopedia of Psychology and Religion, p. 702-1706. How we measure 'reads'. Cite this publication. This is not to be confused with traditional atheism (exemplified today by such philosophers as A. J. Ayer, Paul Edwards, Anthony Flew and Kai Nielsen). overlapping family covered by the umbrella term ‘religion’.
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