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Religion Evolving argues that religions need to be understood as adaptive systems. Drawing from a wealth of ethnographic and experimental evidence, the authors situate religious traditions within their local socioecological contexts, showing how these systems adaptively respond to economic, environmental, and health challenges. Based in the evolutionary, cognitive, and anthropological sciences, Religion Evolving offers a holistic approach that attends to the complex, interacting features of religious systems.

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Religion Evolving argues that religions need to be understood as adaptive systems. Drawing from a wealth of ethnographic and experimental evidence, the authors situate religious traditions within their local socioecological contexts, showing how these systems adaptively respond to economic, environmental, and health challenges. Based in the evolutionary, cognitive, and anthropological sciences, Religion Evolving offers a holistic approach that attends to the complex, interacting features of religious systems.
Autorenporträt
Benjamin Grant Purzycki is Associate Professor in the Department of the Study of Religion at Aarhus University