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  • Mana ou Sacré? La Contribution de Marcel Mauss à la Fondation de la Sociologie Religieuse.
    Martelli, Stefano (1996)
    Revue européenne des sciences sociales 34/105: 51-66.

    Associated Search Terms: Mana; Mauss, Marcel; Sacred
  • Mana et pouvoir dans les sociétés à hiérarcie de grades (Vanuatu).
    Guerard, Claire (1994)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 39/85: 153-174.

    Reviews the literature on mana.

    Associated Search Terms: Mana
  • Maus et Durkheim: Une Désaccord sur la Question du Sacré et une Perspective Relationnelle sur Simmel et la Société Post-Moderne.
    Martelli, Stefano (1993)
    Social Compass 40:3: 375-387.

    Reviews Durkheim's "sacred" vs. the "mana" of Mauss; favors instead Simmel's relational approach.

    Associated Search Terms: Mana; Mauss, Marcel; Simmel, Georg; Sacred; Form; Durkheim, Émile
  • L'origine des pouvoirs magiques dans les sociétés australiennes./A General Theory of Magic, tr. Robert Brain.2nd ed.
    Mauss, Marcel (1904)
    Annuaire de l'École pratique de Hautes Études (Sect.Sc. Rel.) 1904: 1-55./New York: Routledge, 1972..

    Details the diversity found in magical practices. A magical rite is not part of an organized cult; a magician is outside normal society. Magic uses collectively constituted practices for anti- or a-social purposes. They are based on a general impersonal force, mana.

    Associated Search Terms: Magic; Mana; Année sociologique
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