"breaking the spell" can science study religion?

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Dennett - Breaking the Spell. Two things you liked, two things you didn't (2 part assignment)

Daniel Dennett tries to argue in these selections from Breaking the Spell that we ought to devote considerable academic resources to the scientific study of religion. 

You can choose any aspects of his argument to comment on, but try to take selections over each of the three chapters if possible. Also, devote at least a solid paragraph to each of the four points (two positive, two critical)


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