ISSN: 1935-1232 (P)

ISSN: 1941-2010 (E)

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Victoria. V. Kravchenko
Department of Linguistics and Translation, Moscow Aviation Institute, Moscow, Russia


  • Review Article   
    Ethno-Cultural Transformations of Magic: From Primitive "Core" to Modern Synthetic Forms and Practices
    Author(s): Victoria. V. Kravchenko*

    The purpose of the research is to identify the initial "core" of magic that was formed in the early stages of the formation of ethnic groups. The methods are based on the ethno-energy concept of the cultural field. The research hypothesis explored in this article is that the origins of magic are in primitive practices of ancient people at the beginning of ethno-genesis, and that a certain "core" of the phenomenon that we today call "magic" took shape in those primeval times. Later, with the development of various cultures and ethno cultural areas, magic forms and practices were becoming more and more diverse. The initial "core" of the primeval magic was identiied, with the following features: (a) An original idea of the "dual" nature of all objects, phenomena and events of the surrounding world: The presence of their &qu.. Read More»

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