Magic, Science and Religion  

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"Looking from far and above, from our high places of safety in the developed civilization, it is easy to see all the crudity and irrelevance of magic. But without its power and guidance early man could not have mastered his practical difficulties as he has done, nor could man have advanced to the higher stages of civilization."

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Magic, science and religion, and other essays (1948 Glencoe, The Free Press.) is a book by Bronislaw Malinowski.





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