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“Overall, De Cruz and Nichols have produced an engaging volume and I recommend it to those interested in the interplay between cognitive science of religion and philosophy of religion. That said, the volume falls short with regard to providing advances in experimental philosophy. Further, both the discussion of experimental philosophy of religion in the introduction and the example given in Chapter 7 detract from what is otherwise an enjoyable volume.”

English: The first lecture in Experimental Phi...

English: The first lecture in Experimental Philosophy, which took place in London in 1748. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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