The fact of former association is long remembered and there is a bond of kinship and alliance which may at times draw former associates together again for festivals and religious observances, but after they separate the tendency is to become entirely independent and to fall under the type just described; viz.
Which preponderated is a question of the intensity of the competition of life at the time. It follows that quarreling, brawling, or violence near the hearth is an insult to the ghosts.
As the house becomes larger and better the peace-taboo extends from the fireplace to the whole house and then to the yard or enclosure. The Tubu of the Sahara are warlike and distrustful even of each other to such an extent that they scarcely form a society; even in their villages they quarrel and fight.
Let us see why that is so. The four great motives which move men to social activity are hunger, love, vanity, and fear of superior powers.
It is the most potent excitant known to all the faculties. When a man and woman unite in the most elementary group known, they do it for economic reasons, because they can carry on the struggle for existence better together than apart.
We find then that there are two sentiments in the minds of the same men at the same time. It is to Edition: The instances which have been cited suffice to show that religion has been quite as much a stimulus to war as to peace; and religious wars are proverbial for ruthlessness and ferocity.
It is this waste which has made the evolution of civilization so slow.
The Scandinavian people spread in small bodies over their territory, and these bodies often engaged in war with each other.
I speak of groups because I want a term of the widest significance. Religion has always intensified ethnocentrism; the adherents of a religion always think themselves the chosen people or else they Edition: Tribes also agree to take wives from each other. They answer that they have come to destroy the plantation of the man in the village who has injured a man of theirs.
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