New Age Religion and Irreligion
New age religion and irreligion

This chapter scans the periphery of conventional religion, employing unifying themes to consider the New Age Movement, parapsychology, Atheism, and the challenge to religion posed by what E. O. Wilson (1998) calls the consilience of science, and what Roco and Bainbridge (2003) call the convergence of technology. One theme is ...

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