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The future of CSR in Brno

March 5, 2012

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Returning from another visit to LEVYNA in Brno. As per always, it has been a very useful trip, with a lot of progress on setting up the empirical research that I am going to be doing with the people there. A number of the talks at the meeting were also very worthwhile, helping me to […]

Abstract for IACSR meeting

February 27, 2012

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This year’s meeting of the International Association for the Cognitive Science of Religion is going to take place at the end of June in Aarhus, Denmark. I’ll be giving a talk there which is basically outlining my overall approach. Many of those who will be there will have heard bits and pieces of it befo […]

You’ve heard the talk, now see the poster!

August 1, 2011

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As I mentioned earlier, I recently presented a poster at the CogSci 2011 meeting in Boston. By clicking on the version below it is possible to see the full-size version.

Cognition on Boston Common

July 24, 2011

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It’s a warm Sunday afternoon and the park is full of people enjoying themselves. Nearby, some people are practicing what appears to be a play of some sort, and a couple of women are taking turns to play the ukulele. A tower clock rings the hour. It’s three pm. It all feels very different to […]

Across America

April 21, 2011

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Trying to give three talks in four days in three different time zones is somewhat tiring. As I have found. For a week in March I went on a mad dash across the US to give talks in Arizona, Georgia and Alabama. The trip was made possible thanks to an invitation from the Chance, Purpose […]

In Ghent

March 22, 2011

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Last week I was at the University of Ghent in Belgium. The main reason for my visit was that I was on the doctoral committee for Maarten Boudry but I also took the opportunity to give a talk to some of the people in the philosophy department there. Given that the defence is now over, […]

Abstract for Alabama talk

January 5, 2011

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This talk is a run through the argument I plan to write up for a volume edited by Massimo Pigliucci and Maarten Boudry that’s in the works with Chicago University Press. For God and Country, not necessarily for Truth: The noncognitive function of superempirical beliefs Religions present a challenge to understanding as natural, cultural and […]

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