John Kelle

John Kelle double majored in Philosophy and Psychology at the University of the South: Sewanee and graduated in 2012. He is currently employed as a freelance researcher and marketer for SeaWaves Technology and is also an entrepreneur pursuing a start up venture in Chattanooga, while earning his masters in research psychology at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. He is deeply interested in the conceptual and theoretical issues of religious and philosophical arguments within or without a scientific context. He loves reading, writing, film, music, the outdoors, and my husky named Wulfric

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The Contextuality of Naturalness: Science and Religion in Language and Life

Perhaps it is not religious thinking that is natural, but the deeply rooted religious trends in our society and cultures that shape our thinking from our birth to death. Dr. Robert McCauley endeavors to provide at least one answer to the profoundly interesting question, “How do science and religion differ?” He delivers an answer through the lens of cognitive science, ....

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