Getting a Rational Grip on Religion
Is Religion A Fit Subject For Scientific Scrutiny?
By George Johnson, Scientific American January 2006
Breaking The Spell: Religion As A Natural Phenomenon by Daniel C. Dennett 2006, Director of the Center for Cognitive Studies at Tufts University
‘ Dennett hopes that this book will be read not just by atheists and agnostics but by the religiously faithful – and that they come to see the wisdom of analyzing their deepest beliefs scientifically, weeding out the harmful from the good. The spell he hopes to break, he suggests, is not religious belief itself but the conviction that its details are off-limits to scientific inquiry, taboo ‘
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