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  • To denote the first of these branches of magic the term Homoeopathic is perhaps preferable, for the alternative term Imitative or Mimetic suggests, if it does not imply, a conscious agent who imitates, thereby limiting the scope of magic too narrowly.

    The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion

  • To denote the first of these branches of magic the term Homoeopathic is perhaps preferable, for the alternative term Imitative or Mimetic suggests, if it does not imply, a conscious agent who imitates, thereby limiting the scope of magic too narrowly.

    Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic. § 1. The Principles of Magic

  • To denote the first of these branches of magic the term Homoeopathic is perhaps preferable, for the alternative term Imitative or Mimetic suggests, if it does not imply, a conscious agent who imitates, thereby limiting the scope of magic too narrowly.

    The Golden Bough

  • To denote the first of these branches of magic the term Homoeopathic is perhaps preferable, for the alternative term Imitative or Mimetic suggests, if it does not imply, a conscious agent who imitates, thereby limiting the scope of magic too narrowly.

    The Golden Bough : a study of magic and religion

  • To denote the first of these branches of magic the term Homoeopathic is perhaps preferable, for the alternative term Imitative or Mimetic suggests, if it does not imply, a conscious agent who imitates, thereby limiting the scope of magic too narrowly.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • To denote the first of these branches of magic the term Homoeopathic is perhaps preferable, for the alternative term Imitative or Mimetic suggests, if it does not imply, a conscious agent who imitates, thereby limiting the scope of magic too narrowly.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • To denote the first of these branches of magic the term Homoeopathic is perhaps preferable, for the alternative term Imitative or Mimetic suggests, if it does not imply, a conscious agent who imitates, thereby limiting the scope of magic too narrowly.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • To denote the first of these branches of magic the term Homoeopathic is perhaps preferable, for the alternative term Imitative or Mimetic suggests, if it does not imply, a conscious agent who imitates, thereby limiting the scope of magic too narrowly.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • To denote the first of these branches of magic the term Homoeopathic is perhaps preferable, for the alternative term Imitative or Mimetic suggests, if it does not imply, a conscious agent who imitates, thereby limiting the scope of magic too narrowly.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Charms based on the Law of Similarity may be called Homoeopathic or Imitative Magic.

    Chapter 3. Sympathetic Magic. § 1. The Principles of Magic

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  • a remedy by reducing the particle of medicine

    September 7, 2009