It Takes Politico-Religious Relations to Make a Set of Human Groups and Individuals a Society

Abstract : The question I am going to try to answer today concerns all of the social sciences at once. It is: What are the social relations - whether political, religious, economic, kinship, etc. - that have the capacity to bring together and to weld into an all-encompassing Whole and to endow with an additional global and shared identity, a number of human groups and individuals who thereby form a "society", with borders that are known if not recognized by their neighbor societies?
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Maurice Godelier. It Takes Politico-Religious Relations to Make a Set of Human Groups and Individuals a Society. Taiwan Journal of Anthropology, Zhong yang yan jiu yuan min zu xue yan jiu suo, 2011, 9 (2), pp.1-17. ⟨hal-00949116⟩

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