This blog is being repurposed

Hagia Sophia

Like the Hagia Sophia, a basilica turned mosque turned museum, this blog is getting a new role.

They repurpose buildings, so why not blogs?

From now on, this blog will focus on my academic interests: evolutionary and cognitive approaches to the study of religion and nonreligion.

Why the change?

I’m no longer pursuing search engine optimization as a career path.  Instead, I’m working my way toward application to a Ph.D program in the Cognitive Science of Religion.

The posts on SEO will stay, but further posts will focus on my academic research.

Evolutionary and cognitive… er, what?

Evolutionary and cognitive approaches to religion and nonreligion.  It’s a mouthful, I know.  But the posts to come should make it clear enough.

If you’re interested in how religions evolved and how they appeal to our evolved minds, this is the place for you.  If you’re interested in how nonreligious institutions and movements evolve and take the place of religions, this is also the blog for you.

New topics

Specifically, topics will range across:

  • Evolutionary Religious Studies
  • Cognitive Science of Religion
  • Secularity and Nonreligion
  • Culture and Cognition
  • a variety of related issues of the mind, fundamental to the fields above
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