Just want to say some of content in this book is instructive
But Frazer's viewpoint is problematic. As Pascal Boyer points out in Religion Explained,
the religious imagination is concerned only with particular mysteries; it is not concerned
with other main questions, such as how thought magically produces physical movement
(say, of one's arm) in the external world. This phenomenon is arguably far more complex
and mysterious than the growth and death of plants. But this point doesn't fascinate people
and it isn't the focus of much religious thought.