Once again, religious interpretations excluded

From an article, “Neuroscience: Under Attack“, this caught my attention:

The problem isn’t solely that self-appointed scientists often jump to faulty conclusions about neuroscience. It’s also that they are part of a larger cultural tendency, in which neuroscientific explanations eclipse historical, political, economic, literary and journalistic interpretations of experience.

I would add as part of the larger cultural tendency that neuroscientific explanations eclipse religious interpretations of experience as well.

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