Soul, Psyche, Brain: New Directions in the Study of Religion and Brain-Mind Science (eBook, PDF) - Bulkeley, K.
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Produktbeschreibung
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan US
  • Erscheinungstermin: 11.11.2005
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781403979230
  • Artikelnr.: 38448803
Autorenporträt
Inhaltsangabe

Genes, Brains, Minds: The Human Complex; H.Rolston III From Chaos to Self-Organization: The Brain, Dreaming, and Religious Experience; D.Kahn Brain, Mind, and Spirit - A Clinician's Perspective, or, Why I Am Not Afraid of Dualism; J.W.Jones Overcoming an Impoverished Ontology: Candrakirti on Buddhism and the Mind-Brain Problem; R.K.Payne Cognitive Science and Christian Theology; C.Burns Brain Science on Ethics: The Neurobiology of Making Choices; W.J.Freeman Attention, Meta-Cognition, and Zen: Where Neurocognition Meets the Master; T.Kahan, M.Freeland & P.Simone Converting: Toward a Cognitive Theory of Religious Change; P.Davis & L.Rambo Anomalous Phenomena in Psychology and Religion; S.Krippner The Psychology of Ultimate Concerns; R.Emmons Dreaming the Future of Religion and Brain-Mind Science; K.Bulkeley Religion out of Mind: The Ideology of Cognitive Science and Religion; J.Carrette
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"Soul, Psyche, Brain has successfully re-set the starting point for any serious interdisciplinary conversation on the topic of religion. By so doing, this book at once updates all parties, levels the intellectual playing field, and lays open new possibilities for collaborative research-both reflective and empirical-on the topic of religion across a broad range of disciplines." - Nina P. Azari, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Hawaii at Hilo "Bulkeley provides a unique and valuable resource reporting from the cutting edges of the encounter between neuroscience and religion. Fields as diverse as emotion and dream studies, complexity theory, spiritual development, Christian and non-Christian theology - and more - contribute to the ferment. Those working in any or all of these areas will find here resources to stretch their mind." - Carol Rausch Albright, author of The Humanizing Brain: Where Religion and Neuroscience Meet