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And not simply anthropologists, since Radcliffe-Brown refers to later Confucian philosophers, to comment that "the chief point of their theory is that . . rites serve to 'regulate' and 'refine' h u m a n feelings". He also cites Loisy, who claimed that " m a n is so made that he becomes more firmly fixed in his sentiments by expressing t h e m " (Radcliffe-Brown, 1952, pp. 159, 174). Paul Heelas 41 Geertz has played an important role in lending credibility to what he has called the "model for" view of religion, and he argues that religious symbols b o t h express the world's climate a n d shape it.
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