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    Collection showcasing cutting-edge research into cultural evolution, bringing together contributions that reflect the interdisciplinary scope of this rapidly growing field, as well as the diversity of topics and approaches within it.

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    Interdisciplinary perspectives on the analysis of the current situation of the crisis of the philosophy of religion that aim to provide a forum for those engaging the state of the discipline and of its future.

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    Examinations of the many meanings and practices of regeneration in a wide range of contexts, from clinical practice to popular culture.

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    An exploration of the interrelation of poverty and religion, with a particular focus on how religion can be used as a vehicle to overcome structures of poverty, as well as how it sometimes hinders such processes.

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    Examinations of the relationship between populism and media culture and practice

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    Insights from theorists of affect and critical social theory on the various spatial dimensions of emotional and care labour in neoliberal times.

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    Research examining the rising importance and development of cognitive science as a dynamic, interdisciplinary field involving natural sciences, social sciences and humanities