Vol 5 No. 1-2 (2018)

Journal: Journal of Cognitive Historiography

Published: Jul 14, 2020

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Section Title Author Published
Big Data, Cognitive Biases, Horror Tropes, and Think Tanks: The Future of Historiography between Bold Cross-disciplinary Experiments and Scientific Reductionism Leonardo Ambasciano, Nickolas P. Roubekas Nov 23, 2019
Toxic Theisms? New Strategies for Prebunking Religious Belief-Behaviour Complexes F. LeRon Shults Jul 30, 2019
The Rites of the Day of Blood (dies sanguinis) in the Graeco-Roman Cult of Cybele and Attis: A Cognitive Historiographical Approach Panayotis Pachis Oct 9, 2019
Systematic Cognitive Bias in the History of Philosophy and its Cultural Transmission: A Case Study of Thomas Reid, Religion, and Science Ryan Nichols Jul 30, 2019
Experiencing the Cosmos: Seneca’s Silent Prayer from a Cognitive Perspective Maik Patzelt Jul 30, 2019
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 Jul 17, 2019
Historians Respond to Whitehouse et al. (2019), “Complex Societies Precede Moralizing Gods Throughout World History” Edward Slingerland, M. Willis Monroe, Brenton Sullivan, Robyn Faith Walsh, Daniel Veidlinger, William Noseworthy, Conn Herriott, Ben Raffield, Janine Larmon Peterson, Gretel Rodríguez, Karen Sonik, William Green, Frederick S. Tappenden, Amir Ashtari, Michael Muthukrishna, Rachel Spicer Jul 17, 2019
A New Era in the Study of Global History Is Born but It Needs to Be Nurtured Harvey Whitehouse, Peter Turchin, Pieter François, Patrick E. Savage, Thomas E. Currie, Kevin C. Feeney, Enrico Cioni, Rosalind Purcell, Robert M. Ross, Jennifer Larson, John Baines, Barend ter Haar, R. Alan Covey Jul 17, 2019
Horror Studies between Humanistic Interdisciplinarity and Scientific Consilience: A Conversation with Darryl Jones and Mathias Clasen Leonardo Ambasciano, Mathias Clasen, Darryl Jones Jul 20, 2019
Mathias Clasen, Why Horror Seduces Darryl Jones Jul 20, 2019
Darryl Jones, Sleeping with the Lights On: The Unsettling Story of Horror Mathias Clasen Jul 20, 2019
Science Wars, Scientism, and Think Tanks: A Précis of Nonsense on Stilts: How to Tell Science from Bunk (2nd edition) (Pigliucci 2018) Massimo Pigliucci Jul 19, 2019
Book Reviews
T.J. KasT. J. Kasperbauer, Subhuman: The Moral Psychology of Human Attitudes to Animals Mauro Mandrioli May 6, 2019
Adrian Currie, Rock, Bone and Ruin: An Optimist’s Guide to the Historical Sciences Kevin Padian Sep 9, 2019
Michael J. Kelly and Arthur Rose (eds), Theories of History: History Read across the Humanities Tyson Retz Aug 1, 2019
Kyle Harper, The Fate of Rome. Climate, Disease and the End of an Empire Greg Woolf Aug 5, 2019
Why Alex Rosenberg — and a Number of Other Philosophers — Are Wrong Just about Everything: A Commentary on Scientistic Reductionism Massimo Pigliucci Jul 19, 2019