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Barrett, Justin L.

Religious Cognition in China

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Homo Religiosus and the Dragon
Justin L. Barrett, Ryan G. Hornbeck

Part I. Reexamining Chinese Religious Exceptionalism

2. Is Chinese (Lack of) Religion Exceptional?
David A. Palmer

3. Chinese Thinking Styles and Religion
Li-Jun Ji, Emily Chan

4. China as the Radical “Other”: Lessons for the Cognitive Science of Religion
Edward Slingerland

Part II. Testing Naturalness Theory Hypotheses in China

5. Promiscuous Teleology: From Childhood Through Adulthood and from West to East
Corey Kundert, Laird R. O. Edman

6. Dogs, Santa Claus, and Sun Wukong: Children’s Understanding of Nonhuman Minds
Tyler S. Greenway, Gregory S. Foley, Brianna C. Nystrom, Justin L. Barrett

7. Ritual Imbalance in Contemporary China: A Ritual Form Theory Analysis
Justin L. Barrett, Ryan G. Hornbeck, Brianna D. Bleeker, Skylar T. Barrett, Chenfeng Hao

8. Religion Is Kid’s Stuff: Minimally Counterintuitive Concepts Are Better Remembered by Young People
Justin L. Barrett

9. Intuitive Foundations of Conceptions of Vitality: The Case of Chinese Children’s Understanding of Illness Causation
Melanie Nyhof

10. Do Chinese Children Believe in an Afterlife?
Liqi Zhu

Part III. Situating Naturalness Theory in Chinese and Global Contexts

11. High Gods, Low Gods, and Morality in Ancient China: Developing New Methods, Answering Old Questions
Ryan Nichols, Carson Logan

12. Moral Cognition Empowers Spiritual Experience in Chinese World of Warcraft

Ryan G. Hornbeck

13. Examining Religion and Well-Being Across Cultures: The Cognitive Science of Religion as Sextant
Michael Harris Bond, Vivian Miu-Chi Lun

14. Erratum to: Do Chinese Children Believe in an Afterlife?
Liqi Zhu

Keywords: Religious Studies, Religious Studies, general, Sociology of Culture, Cognitive Psychology

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
New Approaches to the Scientific Study of Religion
Category
Religions
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319629544
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-62952-0

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