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|All Authors / Contributors:||
James William Jones
|Description:||ix, 236 pages ; 22 cm|
|Contents:||A voice from the border of religion and science --
Explanations, how science seeks to explain religion --
Explaining, what does it mean to explain religion? --
Physicalism, is a purely physicalist account compelling? --
Beyond physicalism, mind and nature --
Our pluralistic universe, living on the border of science and religion.
|Responsibility:||James W. Jones.|
"This is a tour de force. Jones takes the reader through the full range of debates concerning the use and abuse of cognitive science with respect to religion, displaying both expertise and panache.