chapter  VIII
The Principle of Give-and-take Pervading Tribal Life
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The honourable citizen is bound to carry out his duties, though his submission is not due to any instinct or intuitive impulse or mysterious' group-sentiment " but to the detailed and elaborate working of a system, in which every act has its own place and must be performed without fail. Though no native, however intelligent, can formulate this state of affairs in a general abstract manner, or present it as a sociological theory, yet everyone is well aware of its existence and in each concrete case he can foresee the consequences.