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A Cognitive Approach To Ritual: New Method or No Method At All?

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Lawson and McCauley (1993: 201) claim that "historians of religion and many anthropologists have adopted strategies in addressing their crisis of identity that lead to truncated views of religious phenomena... [and] that a less restricted view of religious phenomena will suggest an approach in the study of religion which neither ... have adequately explored". An examination of their theory shows that despite an insightful diagnosis of methodological disarray, their recommended palliative fails. Their approach is not even useful.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Philosophy The University of Western Australia

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