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Gods are more flexible than resolutions
Counterfactuality in counterintuitive religious concepts
Supernatural agents may have provided adaptive social information
Future research in cognitive science and religion
Different religions, different emotions
The embodied bases of supernatural concepts
Consciousness and emotions are minimized
Good behavioral science has room for theology: Any room for God?
The superstitions of everyday life
The evolutionary social psychology of religious beliefs
We need behavioural ecology to explain the institutional authority of the gods
The motivational underpinnings of religion
Toward a new scientific study of religion
Religion is neither costly nor beneficial
Does commitment theory explain non-kin altruism in religious contexts?
Religion’s evolutionary landscape needs pruning with Ockham’s razor
Cognition and communication in culture’s evolutionary landscape
Is religion adaptive?
After the fall: Religious capacities and the error theory of morality
Locating the causes of religious commitment
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The Motivational Underpinnings of Religion

The Motivational Underpinnings of Religion

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Published by: Chirag Patel on Sep 14, 2009
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