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Dealing with creationist challenges. What European biology teachers might expect in the classroom
Creationists are becoming more active in Europe. We expect that European biology teachers will be more frequently challenged by students who introduce creationist misconceptions of evolutionaryExpand
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In Mysterious Ways: On petitionary prayer and subtle forms of supernatural causation
The psychology of prayer and supernatural causation has received surprisingly little attention from empirical researchers. This paper discusses implicit belief patterns about the causal mechanisms byExpand
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Mathematical symbols as epistemic actions
Recent experimental evidence from developmental psychology and cognitive neuroscience indicates that humans are equipped with unlearned elementary mathematical skills. However, formal mathematics hasExpand
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Toward an Integrative Approach of Cognitive Neuroscientific and Evolutionary Psychological Studies of Art
This paper examines explanations for human artistic behavior in two reductionist research programs, cognitive neuroscience and evolutionary psychology. Despite their different methodologicalExpand
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The artistic design stance and the interpretation of Paleolithic art
Abstract The artistic design stance is an important part of art appreciation, but it remains unclear how it can be applied to artworks for which art historical context is no longer available, such asExpand
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[Recommendations for the management of acute chest pain. Report of the Belgian Interdisciplinary Group on Acute Cardiology].
The Belgium Interdisciplinary Working Group on Acute Cardiology (BIWAC), including cardiologists, intensivists and urgentists was formed to give consensus regarding the management of acute chest painExpand
Naturalizing natural theology
Social Psychology, 154, 491–514. Schoedt, U., Sørensen, J., Nielbo, K. L., Xygalatas, D., Mitkidis, P., & Bulbulia, J. (2013). Cognitive resource depletion in religious interactions. Religion, BrainExpand
Reformed and evolutionary epistemology and the noetic effects of sin
Despite their divergent metaphysical assumptions, Reformed and evolutionary epistemologists have converged on the notion of proper basicality. Where Reformed epistemologists appeal to God, who hasExpand
The role of material culture in human time representation: Calendrical systems as extensions of mental time travel
Humans have cognitive mechanisms that allow them to keep track of time, represent past events, and simulate the future, but these capacities have intrinsic constraints. Here, we explore the role ofExpand