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  • It's Time to Relabel the Brain

    It's Time Relabel Brain

    Another day, another study finds that 'visual' cortex is activated by something other than information from the eyes:A research team from the Hebrew University... Read more

    The 20 January 2015 by   Andrew D Wilson
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  • Reducing Laboratory Dissonance

    Reducing Laboratory Dissonance

    As part of my research on extreme ritual practices I’ve been trying to reacquaint myself with the theories concerning ‘cognitive dissonance’ pioneered by Leon... Read more

    The 22 January 2015 by   Cris
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  • Breaking Down Street Epistemology

    Breaking Down Street Epistemology

    Street Epistemology is a buzz word in the atheist community. I believe they (atheists) think they’ve found a sure-fire method for talking Christians “out of... Read more

    The 18 January 2015 by   Mmcgee
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  • Paths Not Taken: An Open Letter to J. Hillis Miller

    Paths Taken: Open Letter Hillis Miller

    I’ve been thinking about writing a guide to my work in literary and cultural criticism, but there’s so much of it that that has seemed to be no simple task. I... Read more

    The 30 January 2015 by   Bbenzon
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  • The Size-Weight Illusion Induced Through Human Echolocation

    Size-Weight Illusion Induced Through Human Echolocation

    Echolocation is the ability to use sound to perceive the spatial layout of your surroundings (the size and shape and distance to objects, etc). Lots of animals... Read more

    The 15 January 2015 by   Andrew D Wilson
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  • Porky Pig Goes Surreal

    Porky Goes Surreal

    Another workping paper, this one about Porky in Wackland. You can download it HERE. Abstract and introduction below. * * * * * Abstract: Porky in Wackyland is... Read more

    The 08 January 2015 by   Bbenzon
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  • Renaissance Magic & Science

    Renaissance Magic Science

    Few things could seem as far apart as magic and science, though if we consider the history of science, we find that the two were intimately twined. Read more

    The 24 January 2015 by   Cris
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  • Misogi Water Rituals (Pt 1)

    Misogi Water Rituals

    Genealogy of Religion is pleased to announce that Chris Kavanagh has joined the blog as a guest contributor and administrator. Read more

    The 19 January 2015 by   Cris
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  • Fractured Evolutionary Narratives

    Fractured Evolutionary Narratives

    Yesterday Nature published a study of a ~55,000 year old cranium which shows that anatomically modern humans (“AMH”), presumably migrating out of Africa, were i... Read more

    The 29 January 2015 by   Cris
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  • Convince Me There’s A God – Archaeology 19

    Convince There’s Archaeology

    “Now the Lord said to Joshua: ‘Do not be afraid, nor be dismayed; take all the people of war with you, and arise, go up to Ai. See, I have given into your hand... Read more

    The 04 January 2015 by   Mmcgee
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