ЕСТЕСТВЕННОСТЬ РЕЛИГИОЗНЫХ ИДЕЙ: ОТЗВУКИ КОГНИТИВНОГО РЕЛИГИОВЕДЕНИЯ

  • Роберт Сирс TCA College
Ключевые слова: КОГНИТИВНАЯ НАУКА О РЕЛИГИИ, ТЕЛЕОЛОГИЧЕСКИЕ ПРЕДРАССУДКИ, МИСТИЧЕСКИЙ ОПЫТ, КОНТРИНТУИТИВНЫЕ ПОНЯТИЯ, КОНЦЕПЦИИ БОГА

Аннотация

Данная статья представляет краткое введение и комментарий по поводу когнитивной науке о религии - развивающемуся междисциплинарному проекту, направленному на исследование того, каким образом ментальные особенности и предрасположенности способствуют закреплению религиозных убеждений и религиозного поведения. В рамках данного обзор особое внимание уделяется исследованию телеологических предрассудков, контринтуитивных понятий, а также критических дискуссий по поводу мистического опыта и концепций бога. Это исследование направлено на обоснование идеи о том, что религиозное познание осуществляется естественным (органичным) образом. И хотя акцент делается на эпистемологическом измерении проблемы (на том, каким образом развивается и воспроизводится религиозное мышление), автор также дает краткое заключение об онтологическом значении основных достижений когнитивной науки о религии.

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2018-06-19
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Сирс Р. ЕСТЕСТВЕННОСТЬ РЕЛИГИОЗНЫХ ИДЕЙ: ОТЗВУКИ КОГНИТИВНОГО РЕЛИГИОВЕДЕНИЯ // Эпистемология и философия науки. 2018. Т. 54. № 4. С. 82-98.