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Processes of Believing the Acquisition, Maintenance, and Change in Creditions

Author: Hans-Ferdinand Angel; L Oviedo; Raymond F Paloutzian; A Runehov; R J Seitz
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From a transdisciplinary perspective the actual approaches to understanding belief seem incompatible as they attempt to highlight such different topics as "belief - religion", "belief -  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hans-Ferdinand Angel; L Oviedo; Raymond F Paloutzian; A Runehov; R J Seitz
ISBN: 9783319509228 3319509225
OCLC Number: 1022936995
Contents: Part I. Introduction.- Chapter 1. What we do not know about Believing - Approaching a new Scientific hot Spot (Hans-Ferdinand Angel).- Chapter 2. Credition: From the Question of Belief to the Question of Believing (Hans-Ferdinand Angel).- Part II. Psychology and Neuroscience.- Chapter 3. Believing, Remembering, and Imagining: The Roots and Fruits of Meanings made and Remade (Raymond F. Paloutzian).- Chapter 4. Connections Between Scripts Embedding Motor Schemes and Decision-Making (Gennaro Auletta).- Chapter 5. Beliefs and Believing as Possible Targets for Neuroscientific Research (Rudiger J. Seitz).- Chapter 6. Neurobiological Factors Underlying Attachment and Trust in the Believing Process (Corina Aguilar-Raab).- Chapter 7. New Concepts on the Motor System: Implications for Emotions and Credition (Giovanni Buccino).- Chapter 8. Neural Underpinnings of the Human Belief System (Irene Cristofori).- Chapter 9. Believing in the Effectiveness of Treatment: From Placebo to Credition and Back (Karin Meissner).- Chapter 10. The Power to Live with Disasters: Adaptive Believing Processes of the Self and the World (Motoaki Sugiura).- Chapter 11. Belief and Belief Formation: Insights from Delusions (Michael H. Connors).- Chapter 12. Functional and Dysfunctional Religious/Spiritual Beliefs in Psychotic Disorders (Human-Friedrich Unterrainer).- Part III. Philosophy.- Chapter 13. The Theory of Credition and Philosophical Accounts of Belief: Looking for Common Ground (Aku Visala).- Chapter 14. Credition and Justification (Anne L.C. Runehov).- Chapter 15. Hume on the Origins of Religious Belief (Anders Kraal).- Chapter 16. The Structure of Credition in Whitehead's Metaphysics of Experience (Helmut Maassen).- Chapter 17. Brain and Self - A Neurophilosophical Account (Georg Northoff).- Chapter 18. Creditions and Self-Identity: Embodiment Between Actions and (Life) Decisions (Ivan Colage).- Chapter 19. A Process Pragmatist Heuristics of Believing (Michel Weber).- Part IV. Theology, Religious Studies, and Anthropology.- Chapter 20. Cognition, Emotion, and the Ethics of Authenticity (Oliver Davies).- Chapter 21. Recent Scientific Explanations of Religious Beliefs: A Systematic Account (Lluis Oviedo).- Chapter 22. Soul and Body According to "De Fide Orthodoxa" of St. John Damascene (Dorin Oancea).- Chapter 23. Music as a Medium of Personal Motion and Belief: Some Phenomenological Reflections (Peter Ebenbauer).- Part V. Social Sciences.- Chapter 24. Reconciliation After a Protracted Violent Conflict: Do Believing Processes Play a Role, and Which One? a Research Agenda (Joseph Marko).- Chapter 25. Understanding Young People's Worldview: A Practical Example of how to Work with the Model of Credition (Vasiliki Mitropoulou).- Chapter 26. Approaching Another Black Box: Credition in Economics (Richard Sturn).- Chapter 27. Credition in Business - Innovations with Crowdbusiness (Reinhard Willfort).- Part VI. Natural and Computer Sciences.- Chapter 28. Creditions and Modern Computer Science (Horst Bischof).- Chapter 29. Public and Personal Causations of Creditions (Javier Leach).- Chapter 30. Wave-Particle Duality and Quantity-Quality Complementarity in Natural and Human Sciences: Implications for Credition Research (Sungchul Ji).- Chapter 31. Interoception and Gut Feelings: Unconscious Body Signals' Impact on Brain Function, Behavior, and Belief Processes (Peter Holzer).- Chapter 32. Decision-Making and Credition Under a Microbial Perspective (Gabriele Berg).- Part VII. Conclusion.- Chapter 33. Structuring Credition (Hans-Ferdinand Angel).


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