The 'Soul' of the Primitive, Hardback Book


The object of this book, first published in 1928, is a study of the ways in which those who were once called `primitives' conceive of their own individuality.

The author inquires into the notions they possess of their life-principle, their soul, and their personality, often encountering that many peoples only had `pre-notions' of such concepts.


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