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The last third of the book drags and is repetitive but the subject is impressive researched and treated very scholarlyPublished 7 days ago by ALIX C. REY4802
The basic gist ; we are deeply social creatures, and our much-prized cognitive faculties are due to our highly complex primate sociability and the associated need to decipher what... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Arjun
thanks I like the book have not finish yet thank you been jumping back and forth with the books thanksPublished 5 months ago by douglas vincent
A great read for those who have ever wondered "Why do I feel like someone is watching me" or felt guilty after doing something they would not want to get caught doing. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jeff Landry
If you can struggle through the author's love of hearing himself write, the book is an interesting read. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Donald L. Delong
This book is very thorough in its analysis of why we believe and about the neurological and psychological functions that make us more prone to believe in God and other things... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sukhbir Singh
The book influenced my understanding, It had impact. .Before reading this book, I was intolerant. After, I am understanding. Samuel KritzbergPublished 15 months ago by clovermoore
Bering is a subtle writer, while arguing for science, he remains open, occasionally poetic, as he looks deep into 'the belief instinct.'
Literally everyone in the world needs to read this book.
The Belief Instinct made me question so many things that I had kinda-sorta believed in for so long. Read more