Religion and Durkheim's Sociological Construct
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The paper discusses the principles of totemism and the tenets of an objective realization of science, and explains how Durkheim argues against the compatibility of science and religion. The paper further relates that although the symbolic beliefs of early cultures may have been important for uniting people together, they are all invariably associated with something that can be measured and materialized-via science.
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