Missing the Boat

CSR Needs Empirically Literate Philosophers

Authors

  • C. R. Blease University College Dublin

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/jcsr.v3i1.29551

Keywords:

cognitive science of religion, philosophy of religion

References

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McCauley, R. N. 1996. “Explanatory Pluralism and the Co-Evolution of Theories.” In The Churchlands and Their Critics, edited by R. N. McCauley, 17–47. Oxford: Blackwell.

McCauley, R. N. 2013. “Explanatory Pluralism and the Cognitive Science of Religion: Or Why Scholars in Religious Studies Should Stop Worrying about Reductionism.” In Mental Culture: Classical Social Theory and the Cognitive Science of Religion, edited by D. Xygalatas and W. W. McCorkle, Jr., 11–32. London: Acumen.

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Published

2016-05-03

How to Cite

Blease, C. R. (2016). Missing the Boat: CSR Needs Empirically Literate Philosophers. Journal for the Cognitive Science of Religion, 3(1), 43–47. https://doi.org/10.1558/jcsr.v3i1.29551

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