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Nor do our ideas about disease account for the range of our behaviour in cleaning or avoiding dirt. Dirt offends against order. Eliminating it is not a negative 17'The idea that purity was a prerequisite for holiness in Israelite religion, where the two concepts are both quite well developed, will be discussed in chapter 3. 179She notes that Evans-Pritchard studied witchcraft among the Azande and found them to be some of the most happy and carefree people of the Sudan (DougJas;1966:1). 61 l~uglas (1966:51).
Eliminating it is not a negative 17'The idea that purity was a prerequisite for holiness in Israelite religion, where the two concepts are both quite well developed, will be discussed in chapter 3. 179She notes that Evans-Pritchard studied witchcraft among the Azande and found them to be some of the most happy and carefree people of the Sudan (DougJas;1966:1). 61 l~uglas (1966:51). 62 The Relation of KU3 to Anthropological Models of Holiness Chapter 1: Sumerian KU3 movement, but a positive effort to organise the environment.
4) There are three stages to Nirvana: uprightness, meditation, and wisdom. 1470p. , p. , p. , p. , p. , p. , p. , p. , p. g. amulets), but it nevertheless serves to indicate that Durkheim subscribes, at least to a certain degree, to the notion that the sphere of the sacred is fairly sharply delimited and defined - which is actually the original meaning of tabU. 15? Durkheim's division of religious phenomena into the two categories of beliefs and rites has some application in Sumerian religion where k~ represents a belief concerning the attributes of a person, place or thing; while rites are indicated by the ME's (ME = AIde par~u, "rite") and the activities implied by the ME's.