French sociologist Emile Durkheim set out to explore religion as a social phenomenon, and in 1912 published his results in 'Elementary Forms of Religious Life.' The relationship between humans and society fascinated Durkheim, leading him to research the simplest form of documented religion amongst the Aborigines of Australia and Pueblo Indians. 'Elementary Forms of Religious Life' is an important read for the interested mind-sparking debate and admiration in many fields such as theology, sociology and anthropology.
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EMILE DURKHEIM (1858-1917) was a French social scientist who organized the emerging branch of sociology and used its analytical methods to explore suicide, societies under strain, religion, the nature of the State, and economic life, among other subjects.
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