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The discovery of God : a psychoevolutionary perspective

著者: Henry Kellerman
出版商: New York, NY : Springer, ©2013.
丛书: SpringerBriefs in psychology.
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The debate between theist and atheist is an old one and has recently become a highly publicized one. There are some well known proponents of arguments on both sides. To provide a different perspective this book takes a psychoanalytically based evolutionary view, presenting an entirely original theoretical concept. It introduces an epigenetic component to the discussion of God/no God within the context of  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: Henry Kellerman
ISBN: 9781461443643 1461443644
OCLC号码: 809202202
描述: 1 online resource.
内容: God and the Important Anatomical Vestigial Structure --
God and Ontological Anxiety --
The Personality of a God That Can Be Possibly Known --
God, Group, and Blame Psychology --
God and Human Personality --
God and Belief --
The Inconclusion.
丛书名: SpringerBriefs in psychology.
责任: Henry Kellerman.
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Introduces an epigenetic component to the discussion of God/no God within the context of evolutionary processes at the point where a thinking brain appears - a cerebral cortex characteristic of  再读一些...

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