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Too much mind and not enough brain, body and culture on what needs to be done in the cognitive science of religion
This article is based on work conducted at a research unit that I head at Aarhus University called Religion, Cognition and Culture (RCC). It was originally designated as a special research area by the Faculty of Theology at the University and has since been integrated as a full-fledged research unit in the Department of the Study of Religion 2 . In a recent statement by the RCC, we claim that humans are simultaneously biological and cultural beings. In all of hominin history, human biology anddoi:10.26262/culres.v4i0.4637 fatcat:wlezi3bp45dpbjkwvrvmywxfym