The Resource 'Religion', 'magic', 'sign' and 'symbol' in Stanner's approach to Aboriginal religions, Ian Keen

'Religion', 'magic', 'sign' and 'symbol' in Stanner's approach to Aboriginal religions, Ian Keen

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'Religion', 'magic', 'sign' and 'symbol' in Stanner's approach to Aboriginal religions
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'Religion', 'magic', 'sign' and 'symbol' in Stanner's approach to Aboriginal religions
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Ian Keen
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Language
eng
Summary
Examination of the relation of Aboriginal religion and magic; historical background to the representation of Aboriginal religions; critique of Stanner's semiotic and symbolist approach; discussion of Gell?s index and prototype analysis of magical practice - application to Yolngu magic; argues against discrete categories of Yolngu religion, magic and sorcery but not for their intermixture
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Keen, Ian
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Stanner, W. E. H.
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'Religion', 'magic', 'sign' and 'symbol' in Stanner's approach to Aboriginal religions, Ian Keen
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Bibliography note
Endnotes: p. 134-135
Extent
p. 126-135
Label
'Religion', 'magic', 'sign' and 'symbol' in Stanner's approach to Aboriginal religions, Ian Keen
Publication
Bibliography note
Endnotes: p. 134-135
Extent
p. 126-135

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