Religions are cultural embodiments of the very part of all of us that has rendered us human through the eons and out into the future:
Note the blog’s new logo: This blog is a response to this quotation: For centuries…
In the absence of any fossil information on our cousins, the great apes, here is their story from reading their genomes.
A biological dimension to David Brooks’ “The Social Animal” & “The Road to Character.”
Coordination is group behavior characterized the collective synchronization of constantly changing second-by-second, interacting contingencies like a basketball team (see very cool video).
in the 21st Century, the secularist view that religion is a Darwinian side-effect, or an emotional “complex” of childlike Freudian defenses that should/will go away, has become an alarmingly dangerous abdication—nay, an abject surrendering—of the received power of the collective being that is the very heart of who we are.