The Sacred Art Of Hunting : Myths, Legends, And The Modern Mythos
Publish Date: 2000-02-09
Author: James A. Swan
Many of the foremost social scientists of our times, including Freud, Jung and Fromm, consider hunting instinctual in man, a basic yet little understood human drive that has played a profound influence upon our culture, consciousness, and physical body.
Yet hunting is condemned by many as a cruel and inhumane pursuit in an era of urban expansion and animal rights activism.
This thought-provoking book gathers together the rich heritage, customs, and histories of the hunt from worldwide cultures to present a penetrating picture of the hunter's soul.