If primitive society
is understood in the light of the state, the state is understood in the light of its most perfect form, when the good after which all societies are seeking is realised in its perfection.
The consort of Governor Shute, moreover, had been as a mother to her childhood, and was now anxious to receive her, in the hope that a beautiful young woman would be exposed to infinitely less peril from the primitive society
of New England than amid the artifices and corruptions of a court.
If you describe to him a set of wild manners, and a state of primitive society
existing in the Highlands of Scotland, he is much disposed to acquiesce in the truth of what is asserted.
Dogs are human's most loyal friends protecting their owners since the primitive society
We may not be identical with our distant ancestor, but we are still we, having assimilated the various elements introduced into our primitive society
The Ethiopian project, which aims to transform traditional primitive society
into an industrial society based on transformational industries, including water conversion as Ethiopia's most important resource for electric power and a bargaining tool to build a more diversified economy, even at the expense of historic partners in water, agriculture and pasture.
We were dealing with a primitive society
, of simple, peaceful people, living under rural peasant conditions in huts built of local wood poles with thatched roofs.
The famous French sociologist's endeavor was indeed oriented towards a general and total critique of the psychological and cognitive approach to religion and ritual, especially because of the success recorded by the evolutionary theory on primitive society
and animism in British anthropology (such as the contributions of E.
Snyder, who is most sympathetic to the hunter-gatherer "old ways" of primitive society
is critical of Berry's Christianity; he sees it as a religion "that says the living creatures of the earth are 'meat' for our use" and encourages too rigid a distinction between "creator and creation.
Once upon a time, on a small island in the middle of a vast ocean, toiled a primitive society
of one hundred people who ate only fish.
This process is similar to the one in which a person who seeks to join a clandestine organization or a primitive society
declare the "evil spirits" of that organization or clan as his enemies and denigrate them openly.
The teenagers are captured and separated, and they struggle to survive in a primitive society