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Most social anthropologists who have addressed this question have followed Dürkheim and sought the grounds of religion in social experiences. Unlike Dürkheim, who, as we have seen, did not maintain that what is sociocultural operates in a sui generis (non-psychological) fashion but instead saw religion as a psychologically mediated response to social experiences, these descendants have tried for "ideological" reasons to minimize the role accorded to Paul Heelas 43 psychological processes. Radcliffe-Brown was sometimes "driven" to use psychology, but he tried to resist the temptation by arguing in terms of teleological (causal) functionalism, couched in terms of latent functions and needs.
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Advances in the Psychology of Religion by Michael Argyle (Eds.)