The cognitive science of religion

The standard model and the problem of causal reductionism -- Counterintuitive religious concepts and emergent cognition -- Theological incorrectness and the causal relevance of religious beliefs and theological reasoning -- Evolutionary psychology and the emergence of the symbolic mind -- Evolution,...

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Main Author: Van Slyke, James A. 1972-
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Burlington, Vt. Ashgate c 2011
Series/Journal:Ashgate science and religion series
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Religion / Cognitive psychology
Further subjects:B Psychology, Religious
B Cognitive science
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Summary:The standard model and the problem of causal reductionism -- Counterintuitive religious concepts and emergent cognition -- Theological incorrectness and the causal relevance of religious beliefs and theological reasoning -- Evolutionary psychology and the emergence of the symbolic mind -- Evolution, cognition, and religion : toward a multi-level perspective on the emergence of religious beliefs
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN:1409421236