according to the dominant mode of thought. University Press, 1916) (page images at HathiTrust) Frazer, James George, : The scope of social anthropology; a lecture delivered before the University of Liverpool, May 14th, 1908,. It is generally noted that Frazer read copious amounts of literature by other anthropologists and researchers (including various missionaries with whom he corresponded regularly it is also generally acknowledged that Frazer was a master note-taker and categorizer. P.; Turner, James (1998). Putnam's Sons, 1921), also by Apollodorus (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Frazer, James George, : On certain burial customs as illustrative of the primitive theory of the soul. (London : Macmillan and., limited, 1920) (page images at HathiTrust) Frazer, James George, : Studies in Greek scenery, legend and history, selected from his commentary on Pausanias' 'Description of Greece (London, Macmillan and., limited, 1919) (page images at HathiTrust) Frazer, James George.
A respected academic by his peers and colleagues he devoted much of his life researching the early history of mankind, on which he studied, wrote and theorized about the early magical thinking into religious thought. . And transl.: Fasti by Ovid, 1929 (5 vols.) THE growth OF plato'S ideal theory, 1930 graecia antiqua (compiled with.W. I, II ) Second edition, 3 vols., 1900. The poet Robert Graves adapted Frazer's concept of the dying king sacrificed for the good of the kingdom to the romantic idea of the poet's suffering for the sake of his Muse-Goddess, as reflected in his book on poetry, rituals, and myths, The White Goddess. (London : Macmillan and., limited, 1919-20) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Frazer, James George, : The golden bough : a study in magic and religion. (London : Oxford Univ. He returned to Cambridge a year later and continued his research and writings. . The Golden Bough, which described a ritual that took place at the Arician grove at Nemi, in Italya grove that had been sacred to Diana, the Roman goddess of the hunt. For the musical group, see.
He had had eyer trobles for decades, but blindness did not deter him from doing his work. Frazer proposed that mankind progresses from magic through religious belief to scientific thought.