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Cognitive-Cultural Foundations of Spiritual Development
Cognitive-cultural foundations of spiritual development

In ancient stories of origin, human beings are often conceived as an amalgam of matter and spirit (Berryman, 1991). Material substance is united with an immaterial spirit that can think and choose its own destiny. Cognitive ...

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