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" ... sacred duty of the living relatives, who will trap the maneater in the spirit of an officer of justice pursuing a criminal. Others, even then, hang back, reluctant to embroil themselves in a quarrel which does not concern them. The man-eating alligator... "
Journal of the Straits Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society - 第 221 頁
Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 著 - 1881
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The Golden Bough: A Study in Comparative Religion, Volume 2

Sir James George Frazer - 1890
...does not concern them. The man-eating alligator is supposed to be pursued by a righteous Nemesis ; and whenever one is caught they have 'a profound conviction that it must be the guilty one, or his accomplice."1 So the natives of Madagascar never kill a crocodile " except in retaliation for one of...
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The Natives of Sarawak and British North Borneo: Based Chiefly on the ..., 第 1 卷

Henry Ling Roth, Hugh Brooke Low - 1896 - 302 頁
...does not concern them. The man-eating alligator is supposed to be pursued by a righteous NEMESIS ; and whenever one is caught they have a profound conviction...litigations by talking and arguing, the opposing parties each select a diver ; and victory goes to the side whose diver can remain longest in the water without...
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Killing the god

Sir James George Frazer - 1900
...does not concern them. The man-eating alligator is supposed to be pursued by a righteous Nemesis ; and whenever one is caught they have a profound conviction...that it must be the guilty one, or his accomplice." : When a Dyak has made up his mind to take vengeance on the crocodiles for the death of a kinsman,...
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The Origin and Development of the Moral Ideas, 第 1 卷

Edward Westermarck - 1906 - 1568 頁
...pursuing a criminal. . . . The man-eating alligator is supposed to be pursued by a righteous Nemesis ; and whenever one is caught, they have a profound conviction...could be permitted by the fates to be caught by man." 2 So, also, the Malagasy will never kill a crocodile, except in retaliation for one of their friends...
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Society and Nature: A Sociological Inquiry

Hans Kelsen - 1998 - 391 頁
...which does not concern them. The man-eating alligator is supposed to he pursued hy a righteous Nemesis; and whenever one is caught they have a profound conviction that it must he the guilty one, or his accomplice.1" A similar relationship exists hetween the natives of Madagascar...
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