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Abstract:
Sacred architectures play a role in shaping cognition — which results from the relationships between the subject and their surroundings. By sharing an environment and its relationships, members of a community define their values, attitudes, and "reality."
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The Architectures of Thinking

by Jordi Vallverdu Segura and Josuke Nakano

published in Journal of the Sociology and Theory of Religion, 13:1, pages 250-266
2022
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