The new Bloomsbury Handbook of the Cultural and Cognitive Aesthetics of Religion HCCAR is published!

Bridging the gap between culture and cognition, this handbook explores both scientific and humanities approaches to understanding the biophysical processes and meanings of religious life. It theorizes aesthetics as a fundamental paradigm for understanding religion as sensorial and embodied and implements an aesthetic subject arising from the hermeneutical subject as basic point of departure. Reflecting […]