Dynamogénique and Élémentaire

in Durkheimian Studies
William Watts Miller British Centre for Durkheimian Studies wwattsmiller@gmail.com

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It is important, in all the commentary on Durkheim's Elemental Forms, to take at least some notice of what he himself said it was about. So the importance of the term dynamogénique is that although he uses it on only four known occasions, these are all occasions when he himself comments on his newly published work and says what it is fundamentally about the dynamogenic influence of religion.

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