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Religion as a cognitively natural universal: “religion” and “science” aren’t that interesting

by Thomas J. Coleman III Millions of people in the world today, just as they have in the past, typically believe in something that is, or can be, considered supernatural. From an emic perspective, gods, ghosts, devils, demons and alluring … Continue reading

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