Continuing to develop the insights of Frazer and Wundt, Levy-Bruhl points out the thesis: original thinking is the source of myth. This mindset has a special rule of “participation” (presence). It is the pre-logical thinking and thinking of the original collective. Towards the end of his life he abandoned the notion that primitive logic of money was an inevitable level of history. And he added that the original thinking and logical thinking also exist together. The influence of Lévy-Bruhl in the first half of the 20th century was very large.