Purity and Danger: An Analysis of Concepts of Pollution and Taboo Character Descriptions

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James (George) Frazer

This man was an anthropologist who wrote the popular and widely published Golden Bough.

William Robertson Smith

This man is regarded by the author as the foremost theologian and scholar of the Old Testament, concerned with the relations between man and God.

Henry Burnett Tylor

This man developed a theory and gathered evidence that civilization is part of gradual progress as similar to contemporary savagery.

Emil Durkheim

This man was a French sociologist and anthropologist.

Mircea Eliade

This person was a philosopher and lived 1907 to 1986.

Paul Radin

This man was an American anthropologist who lived from 1883 to 1959.

Thomas Hill Green

This man was an English philosopher and thinker who lived 1836-1882.

Gustav le Bon

This man was concerned with Benthamite tradition, and developed a theory of crowd psychology that Durkheim drew upon.

Lucien Levy-Bruhl

This man was a French philosopher who lived from 1857 to 1939.

Moses Maimonides

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