God and the Brain

By Clark, Kelly James

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9780802876911
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Eerdmans


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Reviewed on July 1, 2019  |  Arts & Humanities

When asking whether it is rational to believe that God exists, one may argue whether such a belief violates some canon of reason or whether such belief is merely a cognitive artifact. By investigating what cognitive science calls agent-detecting devices (that trigger the belief that an object is acting purposefully) and theory of mind (that an agent enjoys mental events), Clark's (philosophy, Grand Valley State Univ.; Evidence and Religious Belief) discu...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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