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Vol 4, No 1 (2016)

Special Issue on Evolutionary Theories of Religion

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Evolutionary Theories of Religion PDF
Armin Geertz , Kristoffer L. Nielbo , Ryan McKay 1-5

Special Section

Special Section Article

Using Neurosociology and Evolutionary Sociology to Explain the Origin and Evolution of Religions PDF
Jonathan H. Turner 7-29

Commentaries

The Trouble with “Evolution of Religion” PDF
Justin L. Barrett 31-36
Why the Evolutionary Sociology of Religion Should Build on Rather than Reinvent Biological Models PDF
Lloyd Black , Richard Sosis 37-41
Religion, Neurosociology and Evolutionary Sociology: Knocking on an Open Door or Why We Need More Interdisciplinary Communication PDF
Ronald Fischer 43-47
Turner’s Definition and Explanation of Religion PDF
Stewart Elliott Guthrie 49-54
Human Nature and the Sociology of Religion PDF
Henrik Høgh-Olesen 55-59
Explaining Religion(s) with Deep Historical Time Scales: A Comment from Cognitive Archaeology PDF
Niels N. Johannsen 61-66
What Is the Relationship of Spencerian, Durkheimian and Marxian Natural Selections to Darwinian Natural Selection and How Can We Formalize Their Mutual Interaction? PDF
Radek Kundt 67-71
Understanding the Evolution of Religion: An Interdisciplinary Approach PDF
Aiyana K. Willard , Adam Baimel 73-80

Response

The Problem with Too Much Fidelity to the Modern Synthesis When Explaining the Origins and Evolution of the Social Universe PDF
Jonathan H. Turner 81-90

Article

Mentalizing Domains and Belief in God PDF
Tyler S. Greenway 91-110

Book Reviews

Religion Explained? The Cognitive Science of Religion After Twenty-Five Years, edited by Luther H. Martin and Donald Wiebe. Bloomsbury Academic 2017. 272pp., 6 B&W illustrations. Hb $114.00. ISBN-13: 9781350032477. PDF
Hans Van Eyghen 111-114
God is Watching You: How the Fear of God Makes Us Human by Dominic Johnson. Oxford University Press, 2015. 304pp., 7 B&W illustrations, Hb. $27.95. ISBN-13: 9780199895632. PDF
Donald Wiebe 115-120



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