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Reviews As Marrett points out in his Anthropology, "It is dangerous to make sweeping generalizations, but there is at any rate a good deal to be said for classifying the world's religions either as mechanical and ineffective, or as spiritual and effective." But the author, apparently, was not interested in the non-useful beliefs, which he thinks have not survived. Like the bad parasites they were, these beliefs evidently killed off their hosts. He goes on, therefore, to showthat the religiousdoi:10.1037/h0066024 fatcat:muoy4hwujvdaxei3xqstud2qy4