Table of contents for Patterns of thought in Africa and the West : essays on magic, religion, and science / Robin Horton.


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Introduction
Part I. Beginnings: l. A definition of religion, and its uses
Part II. Mainly Critical: 2. Neo-Tylorianism: sound sense or sinister prejudice?
3. Levy-Bruhl, Durkheim and the scientific revolution
4. Back to Frazer?
5. Professor Winch on safari
6. Judaeo-Christian spectacles: boon or bane to the study of African religions?
Part III. Mainly Constructive: 7. African traditional thought and Western science
8. Paradox and explanation: a reply to Mr Skorupski
9. Tradition and modernity revisited
Postscript.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Africa Religion, Religion Africa, Knowledge, Sociology of, Religion and science