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G. Jean Bodin, Method for the easy comprehension of history (trans. B. Reynolds, New York, 1945), ch. 9, ‘Criteria by which to test the origins of peoples’. 28 Theological contexts gullibility. The cultures of humanistic philology and of the Reformation encouraged the study of the most authentic uncorrupted sources. Renewed emphasis on Mosaic ethnology at the expense of pagan origin myths was part of this scholarly drive towards original sources – ad fontes. In this respect national mythistoires were much more vulnerable than Mosaic pretensions.
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White colonists faced peculiarly intractable problems when explaining racial diversity. Õ… On the other hand, the assertion of diVerence (selection ed. J. Varloot, Paris, 1984), pp. 142–3; J. Roger, BuVon (1989: trans. S. Bonnefoi, Ithaca, 1997), pp. 42–3, 73, 84, 92, 100–5, 110, 171, 174–83, 186–9, 237, 298, 322, 339, 346, 379, 404–12, 417–18, 422, 426, 431; Greene, Death of Adam, pp. 226–9, 362; S. J. Gould, The mismeasure of man (2nd edn, Harmondsworth, 1997), p. 404; S. Toulmin and J. GoodWeld, The discovery of time (1965: Harmondsworth, 1967), pp.
Belonging: identity and social organisation in British rural cultures by Anthony P. Cohen