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In this response to D. Z. Phillips's critique of my interpretation of Wittgenstein's view of magic and ritual, I counter Phillips's claim that I have misrepresented the Wittgensteinian view of ritual, consider the instrumentalist dimension of the "Remarks on Frazer's Golden Bough," offer some objections to Phillips's expressivist view that a ritual 'says itself', and detect obscurantism in his approach to the study of religion.
Religious Studies © 2003 Cambridge University Press