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Mark Graves attempts to link the empirical results of cognitive science - a relatively new discipline - with the traditional notions of mind, brain, soul, and spirit that have arisen in theology and considerations of religious experience. Since cognitive science itself is a generic term for six interrelated subfields - psychology, the social sciences, linguistics, philosophy, neuroscience, and computer science - his project is ambitious.
MIND, BRAIN, AND THE ELUSIVE SOUL: HUMAN SYSTEMS OF COGNITIVE SCIENCE AND REL Joseph A Bracken Theological Studies; Jun 2010; 71, 2; Docstoc pg. 490 Reproduced with permiss
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