Emile Durkheim Quote: “By definition, sacred beings are separated…”

By definition, sacred beings are separated beings. That which characterizes them is that there is a break of continuity between them and the profane beings.

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Name: Emile Durkheim
Profession: Sociologist
Nationality: French
Birthday: April 15, 1858
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