The Biological Evolution of Religious Mind and Behavior
In a Darwinian world, religious behavior - just like other behaviors - is likely to have undergone a process of natural selection in which it was rewarded in the evolutionary currency of reproductive success. This book aims to provide a better understanding of the social scenarios in which selection...
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
|Edition:||1st ed. 2009|
|Series:||The Frontiers Collection
|Collection:||Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa|
- Evaluating the Evolutionary Status of Religiosity and Religiousnessreligiousness
- Gods, Gains, and Genes
- How Some Major Components of Religion Could Have Evolved by Natural Selection?
- The Correlated History of Social Organization, Moralitymorality , and Religion
- Is There a Particular Role for Ideational Aspects of Religions in Human Behavioral Ecology?
- Talk and Tradition: Why the Least Interesting Components of Religion May Be the Most Evolutionarily Important
- The Reproductive Benefits of Religious Affiliation
- The African Interregnum: The “Where,” “When,” and “Why” of the Evolution of Religion
- Explaining the Inexplicable: Traditional and Syncretistic Religiosity in Melanesia
- Authoritarianism,Religiousness,religiousness and Conservatismconservatism : Is “Obedience to Authority” the Explanation for Their Clustering, Universality and Evolution?
- Cognitive Foundations in the Development of a Religious Mind
- Religious Belief and Neurocognitive Processes of the Self
- Neurologic Constraints on Evolutionary Theories of Religion
- On Shared Psychological Mechanisms of Religiousnessreligiousness and Delusional Beliefs
- Cognitive Foundations of Religiosity
- The Religious System as Adaptive: Cognitive Flexibility, Public Displays, and Acceptance
- The Evolution of Evolutionary Theories of Religion
- Evolutionary Perspectives on Religion – What They Can and What They Cannot Explain (Yet)