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The Rites of the Day of Blood (dies sanguinis) in the Graeco-Roman Cult of Cybele and Attis: A Cognitive Historiographical Approach Panayotis Pachis Journal of Cognitive Historiography (0) ADVANCE ACCESS TO FORTHCOMING ARTICLES Oct 9, 2019 10.1558/jch.39915 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
Systematic Cognitive Bias in the History of Philosophy and its Cultural Transmission: A Case Study of Thomas Reid, Religion, and Science Ryan Nichols Journal of Cognitive Historiography (0) ADVANCE ACCESS TO FORTHCOMING ARTICLES Jul 30, 2019 10.1558/jch.33666 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
Experiencing the Cosmos: Seneca’s Silent Prayer from a Cognitive Perspective Maik Patzelt Journal of Cognitive Historiography (0) ADVANCE ACCESS TO FORTHCOMING ARTICLES Jul 30, 2019 10.1558/jch.37225 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
Toxic Theisms? New Strategies for Prebunking Religious Belief-Behaviour Complexes F. LeRon Shults Journal of Cognitive Historiography (0) ADVANCE ACCESS TO FORTHCOMING ARTICLES Jul 30, 2019 10.1558/jch.38074 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
An Introduction to Seshat: Global History Databank Peter Turchin, Harvey Whitehouse, Pieter François, Daniel Hoyer, Abel Alves, John Baines, David Baker, Marta Bartkowiak, Jennifer Bates, James Bennett, Julye Bidmead, Peter Bol, Alessandro Ceccarelli, Kostis Christakis, David Christian, Alan Covey, Franco De Angelis, Timothy K. Earle, Neil R. Edwards, Gary Feinman, Stephanie Grohmann, Philip B. Holden, Árni Júlíusson, Andrey Korotayev, Axel Kristinsson, Jennifer Larson, Oren Litwin, Victor Mair, Joseph G. Manning, Patrick Manning, Arkadiusz Marciniak, Gregory McMahon, John Miksic, Juan Carlos Moreno Garcia, Ian Morris, Ruth Mostern, Daniel Mullins, Oluwole Oyebamiji, Peter Peregrine, Cameron Petrie, Johannes Prieser-Kapeller, Peter Rudiak-Gould, Paula Sabloff, Patrick Savage, Charles Spencer, Miriam Stark, Barend ter Haar, Stefan Thurner, Vesna Wallace, Nina Witoszek, Liye Xie Journal of Cognitive Historiography (0) ADVANCE ACCESS TO FORTHCOMING ARTICLES Jul 17, 2019 10.1558/jch.39395 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
A Darwinian Pilgrim's Late Progress Michael Ruse Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 4 No. 2 (2017) Dec 10, 2018 10.1558/jch.37784 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
A Darwinian Pilgrim's Middle Progress Michael Ruse Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 4 No. 2 (2017) Dec 10, 2018 10.1558/jch.37783 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
A Darwinian Pilgrim’s Early Progress Michael Ruse Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 4 No. 2 (2017) Dec 10, 2018 10.1558/jch.37782 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
Shadows in the New Testament: Cognitive Approaches to Early Christian Literature Paul Robertson Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 4 No. 2 (2017) Aug 13, 2018 10.1558/jch.35292 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
Same, Same, But Different? A Cognitive Analysis of an Early Christian Apotropaic Amulet Nils Hallvard Korsvoll Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 4 No. 1 (2017) Book Review Symposium: Jennifer Larson’s ‘Understanding Greek Religion’, 2016 May 14, 2018 10.1558/jch.29772 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
Enduring Shame as Costly Signalling: The Case of Public Confession of Sin According to Tertullian Rikard Roitto Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 4 No. 1 (2017) Book Review Symposium: Jennifer Larson’s ‘Understanding Greek Religion’, 2016 Apr 13, 2018 10.1558/jch.17704 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
The Gendered Deep History of the Bona Dea Cult Leonardo Ambasciano Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 3 No. 1-2 (2016) Special Issue: Digital Humanities, Cognitive Historiography, and the Study of Religion Aug 8, 2017 10.1558/jch.30172 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
Defilement and Moral Discourse in the Hebrew Bible: An Evolutionary Framework Yitzhaq Feder Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 3 No. 1-2 (2016) Special Issue: Digital Humanities, Cognitive Historiography, and the Study of Religion Jul 4, 2017 10.1558/jch.30290 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
Body and Mind in Early China and Greece Lisa Raphals Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 2 No. 2 (2015) Jun 3, 2017 10.1558/jch.27559 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
Modulating Desires Through Devotion: Hindu Devotionalism and the Science of Managing Desire Travis Chilcott Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 2 No. 2 (2015) Jun 1, 2017 10.1558/jch.30745 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
Do You Need Cognitive Neuroscience to Understand Religious Cognition, Experience and Texts? Patrick McNamara Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 2 No. 1 (2015) Religious Experience in Mediterranean Antiquity Jun 3, 2016 10.1558/jch.v2i1.30988 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
(Religious) Language and the Decentering Process: McNamara and De Sublimitate on the Ecstatic Effect of Language Christopher T Holmes Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 2 No. 1 (2015) Religious Experience in Mediterranean Antiquity Jun 3, 2016 10.1558/jch.v2i1.30987 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
Tours of Heaven in Light of the Neuroscientific Study of Religious Experience István Czachesz Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 2 No. 1 (2015) Religious Experience in Mediterranean Antiquity Jun 3, 2016 10.1558/jch.v2i1.30986 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
Ritual Mourning in Daniel’s Interpretation of Jeremiah’s Prophecy Angela Kim Harkins Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 2 No. 1 (2015) Religious Experience in Mediterranean Antiquity May 30, 2016 10.1558/jch.v2i1.27175 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology
The Besieged Mind: Demonically-Induced Obsession in Late Antique Monastic Psychology Inbar Graiver Journal of Cognitive Historiography Vol 2 No. 2 (2015) Feb 25, 2016 10.1558/jch.26950 Ancient History Cognitive Studies Archaeology