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Title:The Fracture of an Illusion: Science and the Dissolution of Religion: Frankfurt Templeton Lectures 2008
Format Type:Ebook
Author:Pascal Boyer, Wolfgang Achtner, Elisabeth Grab-Schmidt, Michael G. Parker, Thomas M. Schmidt
Publisher:Vandehoeck & Rupprecht
ISBN:3525569408
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Number of Pages:112
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The Fracture of an Illusion: Science and the Dissolution of Religion: Frankfurt Templeton Lectures 2008 by Pascal Boyer, Wolfgang Achtner, Elisabeth Grab-Schmidt, Michael G. Parker, Thomas M. Schmidt

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC The Fracture of an Illusion: Science and the Dissolution of Religion: Frankfurt Templeton Lectures 2008 Pascal Boyer argues that religion is largely an illusion The anthropologist traces religion s cognitive and evolutionary aspects By religion he means a kind of existential and cognitive package that includes views about supernatural agency gods notions of morality particular rituals and sometimes particular experiences as well as membership in a particular community of believers The package however does not really exist as such Notions of supernatural agents of morality of ethnic identity or ritual requirements and other experience all appear in human minds independently This implies that there is no such thing as a conflict between science and religion Boyer takes the reader onto a journey through science and the dissolution of religion

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