Vol 4 No. 2 (2017)

Journal: Journal of Cognitive Historiography

Published: Oct 14, 2019

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Section Title Author Published
The “What is…?” Issue: Explaining Culture(s) through History and Science Leonardo Ambasciano, Nickolas P. Roubekas Apr 25, 2019
Editorial opinion piece
What is Cognitive Historiography, Anyway? Method, Theory, and a Cross-Disciplinary Decalogue Leonardo Ambasciano Apr 12, 2019
A Darwinian Pilgrim’s Early Progress Michael Ruse Dec 10, 2018
A Darwinian Pilgrim's Middle Progress Michael Ruse Dec 10, 2018
A Darwinian Pilgrim's Late Progress Michael Ruse Dec 10, 2018
Shadows in the New Testament: Cognitive Approaches to Early Christian Literature Paul Robertson Aug 13, 2018
Rivers of Knowledge: Contemporary Implications of People’s Memories of Millennia-old Geological Phenomena Patrick Nunn Feb 5, 2019
Evolution, Cognition, and Horror: A Précis of Why Horror Seduces (2017) Mathias Clasen Aug 13, 2018
The Tangled Cultural History of the Axial Age: A Review of Jan Assman’s Achsenzeit (2018) Anders Klostergaard Petersen Apr 14, 2019
Book Reviews
Risto Uro, Ritual and Christian Beginnings: A Socio-Cognitive Analysis Luca Arcari May 28, 2018
Hugo Mercier and Dan Sperber, The Enigma of Reason Bryon Cunningham Feb 5, 2019
Jonathan Kane, Emily Willoughby and T. Michael Keese, God’s Word or Human Reason? An Inside Perspective on Creationism Stefaan Blancke Dec 15, 2018
Walter Scheidel, ed., The Science of Roman History: Biology, Climate, and the Future of the Past Tomáš Glomb Aug 14, 2018
Luther H. Martin and Donald Wiebe, eds, Religion Explained? The Cognitive Science of Religion after Twenty-Five Years Jennifer Larson Sep 21, 2018
Joëlla Proust and Martin Fortier, Metacognitive Diversity: An Interdisciplinary Approach Cory Marie Stade Jun 24, 2018
Robert N. McCauley with E. Thomas Lawson, Philosophical Foundations of the Cognitive Science of Religion: A Head Start Konrad Talmont-Kaminski Dec 4, 2018