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Darwin’s Argument by Analogy
No scientific thinker is more globally famous than Charles Darwin. Yet among scholars there is much debate about how, exactly, the argument which made Darwin famous – his argument for evolution by natural selection, set out in his 1859 book On the O…
Pandemic in Thought and Action
On February 29th 2020, I submitted my manuscript “Beings of Thought and Action” to CUP for review. While I did register news of cases of COVID-19 in Europe, little did I know what that would mean for the future. In July 2021, “Beings Of …
A VOCABULARY FOR THE STUDY OF CROSS-CULTURAL RELIGIOUS INTERACTIONS
The terms “World Christianity” and “global (or world) history” refer to academic fields that have become widespread in recent decades, reflecting the highly interconnected world we live in, and in part attempting to move away from …
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