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Contents: Empirical Outcomes of Magic |
Empirical Outcomes of Magic:System of magical action and divination persisted in the ancient Near East for over two millennia not for their foolness but for they have different understanding than we do of magic consists,even in modern society,science,or rather,scientism,is occasionally the object of magical use even in supposedly empirically oriented societies.No one is astonished in comtemporary society when a sufferer dies in such circumstances,nor are they in "traditional" societies when the prescribed magical remedy fails.It can be seen as a way the society used to defend its members,and magical healing procedures are part of the effort in which society understand itself as having done its best in both cases;and it seems no society known confesses failure in advance of treatment,in fact,to do so would be equivalent to a confession of anomie,of a society's inability to present the world to its members in an intelligible manners,leading to their surrender to meaninglessness and hopelessness.1
1: see p.119~120,Part 2.Magic in Ancient Syria-Palestine and in the Old Testament,by Frederick H.Cryer.under title "Magic and Empiricism".from Witchcraft and Magic in Europe:Biblical and Pagan Societies,by Frederick H.Cryer,Marie-Louise Thomsen,edited by Bengt Ankarloo and Stuart Clark.Published by University of Pennsylvania Press Philadelphia,ISBN:0-8122-1785-3,www.upenn.edu/pennpress.
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