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" When a man dies something goes, something is left. The survivors necessarily distinguish in thought between these two parts, and they call them respectively by some such names as spirit and body. A curious illustration of this is afforded by a saying... "
Journal - Page 411
by Royal Institution of Cornwall - 1891
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On the Animism of the Indians of British Guiana

Sir Everard Ferdinand Im Thurn - 1882 - 22 pages
...impossible that a 2 man, being rational and having once seen death, should fail to acquire such conception. When a man dies something goes, something is left....respectively by some such names as spirit and body. A curious illustration of this is afforded by a saying of the Macusi Indians of Guiana, as they point...
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The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and ..., Volume 11

1882 - 632 pages
...impossible that man, being rational and having once seen death, should fail to acquire such conception. When a man dies something goes, something is left....respectively by some such names as spirit and body. A curious illustration of this is afforded by a saying of the Macusi Indians of Guiana, as they point...
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The Journal of the Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and ..., Volume 11

1882
...impossible that man, being rational and having once seen death, should fail to acquire such conception. When a man dies something goes, something is left....and they call them respectively by some such names fts spirit and body. A curious illustration of this is afforded by a saying of the Macusi Indians of...
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Among the Indians of Guiana: Being Sketches Chiefly Anthropologic from the ...

Sir Everard Ferdinand Im Thurn - 1883 - 500 pages
...impossible that man, being rational and having once seen death, should fail to acquire such conception. When a man dies, something goes, something is left....parts, and they call them respectively by some such name as spirit and body. A curious illustration of this is afforded by the saying of the Macusis, as...
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Timehri: Being the Journal of the Royal Agricultural and ..., Volume 5

1886 - 350 pages
...impossible that man, being rational and having once seen death, should be without this conception. When a man dies, something goes, something is left....respectively by some such names as spirit and body. A good illustration of this is afforded by the saying of some of our Redmen, as they point out that...
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The Principles of Sociology, Volume 6, Issue 1887

Herbert Spencer - 1887 - 924 pages
...the Guiana Indians, Mr. Im Thurn recognizes this connexion of ideas. He says— . "When a man diei something goes, something is left. The survivors necessarily...respectively by some such names as spirit and body. A carious illustration of this is afforded by a saying of the Macusi Indians of Q-uiana, as they point...
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Principles of Sociology, Volume 6

Herbert Spencer - 1891 - 962 pages
...this connexion of ideas. He says — "When a man dies something goes, something is led. The fnniratt necessarily distinguish in thought between these two...respectively by some such names as spirit and body. A curious 'illustration of this is afforded by a saying of the Macusi Indians of Ouiana, as they point...
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Principles of Sociology, Volume 1, Part 2

Herbert Spencer - 1896 - 456 pages
...In his account of the Guiana Italians, Mr. Ini Thurn recoguizes this connexion of ideas. lie Bays— "When a man dies something goes, something is left. The survivors necessarily distiaguish in thought between these two parts, and they call them respectively by some sach mimes...
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The Principles of Sociology, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - 1916
...In his account of the Guiana Indians, Mr. Im Thurn recognizes this connexion of ideas. He says — " When a man dies something goes, something is left....necessarily distinguish in thought between these two parts, ami they i-al! them respectively by some such names as spirit and body. A curious illu*tra tion of...
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