Croyance

in Durkheimian Studies
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W. S. F. Pickering University of Oxford william.pickering@anthro.ox.ac.uk

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From its historical root the word croyance refers to religious belief. It is associated with an assertion relating to a religious proposition. Such propositions (beliefs) have sometimes been gathered together to form a creed, as recited by Christians in public worship, or which can be held to be a test of orthodoxy (see Ruel 1982).

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