Leonardo Ambasciano

Leonardo Ambasciano earned his PhD in Historical Studies at the University of Turin (Italy) in 2014 with a cognitive and evolutionary analysis of the ancient Roman female cult of Bona Dea. In 2016 he served as visiting lecturer at Masaryk University, Brno (Czech Republic). He is the European editor of the Journal of Cognitive Historiography.

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Sitting on the bench: is the cognitive and evolutionary study of religion a team sport?

The grand challenge of cross-disciplinary integration Cognitive Science (CS) has always been interdisciplinary and multi disciplinary. As recapped by William Bechtel, Adele Abrahamsen, and George Graham (2001), since the very beginning,

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