Lecture/Seminar / 30h / 4 ECTS / summer semester Coordinator: Matylda Ciołkosz
The aim of the course is to get the participants acquainted with the relation between the mind, cognition, and religion and the study of religions. The first half of the course will be an introduction to the philosophy of mind and to the cognitive study of religions. During the second half of the course, a selection of readings will be discussed tackling the relation between religion and mentality from the philosophical, psychological, and anthropological perspective. The overarching aim is the course is to create a framework that will make it possible to theorize, how “the mind” creates and interprets religious concepts and religious experience.