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It has come into existence through a growth process and is therefore a type of organic unit. The members of a Volk are, so to say, cells in a greater organism which is linked together in a particular way... The members of a Volk also stand in a special relationship to one another, each with his own status and playing his role within the greater whole. The structural relationship in which they are ordered lies locked in the cultural pattern. It is the experience of, and conformity with, a particular shared culture that binds a number of individuals into an organic whole.

Maurice M. Cotterell, The Supergods: They Came on a Mission to Save Mankind (London: Thorsons, 1997). 63. David Furlong, The Keys to the Temple (London: Piatkus, 1997). 64. , 1987). A Philosophical Starting Point 27 65. )> Cult Archaeology and Creationism: Understanding Pseudosdentific Beliefs About the Past, expanded ed. (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1995). 66. This is not, of course, to deny the obvious and significant influences that different societies and civilizations have had on one another.

It is not the study of ethnic groups, as "ethnology" might suggest, but rather the study of different Volke. This Afrikaans term has the same meaning as the German Volk, and is every bit as ideologically bounded as the German term. P. J. Coertze, in his introductory text Inleiding tot die Algemene Volkekunde, explained the concept of Volk, as opposed to "culture," as follows: A Volk is not an accidental number of individuals living together in a particular area. The members of a Volk form an organized unit.

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