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Changing Minds: Religion And Cognition Through The Ages, edited by Istvan Czachesz and Tamas Biro. Groningen Studies in Cultural Change 42. Peeters, 2012. 260pp., pb. €48.00. ISBN-13: 9789042925533.

Issue: Vol 2 No. 1 (2014)

Journal: Journal for the Cognitive Science of Religion

Subject Areas: Religious Studies Cognitive Studies Linguistics

DOI: 10.1558/jcsr.v2i1.75


Book review.

Author: Joseph Bulbulia

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