HUBERT MAUSS SACRIFICE PDF

Imagine a native of what is now southern Mexico in the year CE. Neighboring Aztec warriors attack his village, and take him hostage. After dragging him back to Tenochtitlan, their capital city, he is slain in a religious ceremony by a priest who dispatches him by thrusting an obsidian blade into his chest, removing his heart, and casting it into a fire to appease the Aztec sun god. Was this a sacrifice, or simply the ritual killing of a tribal enemy?

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He began to study the history of Christianity. His doctoral thesis focused on pre-Christian religion in Asia Minor. Unlike most French academics, Hubert focused on research rather than teaching after graduation. It was at this time that he grew increasingly interested in Celtic history and culture.

Hubert and Mauss were to collaborate on several important works in the future, including an "Sacrifice: Its Nature and Function" and their Outline of a General Theory of Magic By Maus was thoroughly ensconced at the Ecole Pratique, where he would remain until his death. Throughout the first two decades of the twentieth century Hubert continued to publish on both Asia and the Celts as well as more general topics. His follow-up work on the Germanic peoples , entitled Les Germains and published posthumously in , has yet to be translated to English.

Durkheim's death in affected Hubert greatly, as did the death of his wife in childbirth in After years of bereavement, Hubert died in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Using Hubert and Mauss to think about Sacrifice

In this interview, Dr Nick Allen formerly Reader in the Social Anthropology of South Asia, University of Oxford focuses on a short essay written in by two French scholars, Henri Hubert and Marcel Mauss, representing the thinking of the emerging field of Durkheimian sociologie in the latter years of the nineteenth-century. Sacrifice is at the heart of religion. It is not surprising, then, that the 'turn to religion' we have witnessed over the past two decades has led to a renewed interest in sacrifice as well. In light of this, the Centre for Theology and Modern European Thought at the University of Oxford presents five interviews with contributors to the recently-published book Sacrifice and Modern Thought ed. Zachhuber and Meszaros, At around 15 minutes in length, each interview provides an

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Henri Hubert

He began to study the history of Christianity. His doctoral thesis focused on pre-Christian religion in Asia Minor. Unlike most French academics, Hubert focused on research rather than teaching after graduation. It was at this time that he grew increasingly interested in Celtic history and culture. Hubert and Mauss were to collaborate on several important works in the future, including an "Sacrifice: Its Nature and Function" and their Outline of a General Theory of Magic

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