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Mary Douglas gives a talk on the interdependence of anthropology and faith in her own life. She remarks, especially in the topic of hierarchy, that the relation between religion and anthropology is a natural one. For her, connections are made through many media, such as Scripture, family structure, workplace interactions and university studies.
Marianists, Anthropology, Hierarchies, Marianist Award
TEMP GR. STOR US. CATH GN 21.D68 D68 2002
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Douglas, Mary, "A Feeling for Hierarchy" (2002). Marianist Award Lectures. 6.