By Harvey Whitehouse
Via a detailed exam of 4 Melanesian non secular traditions, Whitehouse identifies a suite of recurrent interconnections among kinds of non secular transmission, structures of reminiscence, and styles of political organization. He argues that those interconnections may possibly make clear numerous common difficulties in background, archaeology, and social conception.
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