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Edward Slingerland

Edward Slingerland

Philosophy
University of British Columbia
Fellow, 2015-16 Study #12

Tyler Books

Mind and body in early China: beyond Orientalism and the myth of Holism Slingerland, Edward G.. 2019. Mind and body in early China: beyond Orientalism and the myth of Holism. New York: Oxford University Press.
Drunk :how we sipped, danced, and stumbled our way to civilization /Edward Slingerland. Slingerland, Edward, author.. 2021. Drunk :how we sipped, danced, and stumbled our way to civilization /Edward Slingerland.. New York: Little, Brown, Spark.

Tyler Journal Articles

Slingerland, Edward. 2015. "Crafting Bowls, Cultivating Sprouts: Unavoidable Tensions in Early Chinese Confucianism." Springer Science & Business Media. Dao: a Journal of Comparative Philosophy 14(2): 211.
Slingerland, Edward. 2015. "Big Gods, historical explanation, and the value of integrating the history of religion into the broader academy." Routledge. Religion 45(4): 585-602. https://doi.org/10.1080/0048721X.2015.1073487
Nichols, Ryan., Slingerland, Edward., Nielbo, Kristoffer., Bergeton, Uffe., Logan, Carson., Kleinman, Scott. 2018. "Modeling the Contested Relationship between Analects, Mencius, and Xunzi: Preliminary Evidence from a Machine-Learning Approach." Cambridge University Press. The Journal of Asian Studies 77(1): 19-57. https://www.cambridge.org/core/article/modeling-the-contested-relationship-betwe…
Tappenden, Frederick S., Slingerland, Edward. 2017. "Introduction: Digital Humanities, Cognitive Historiography, and the Study of Religion." Journal of Cognitive Historiography 3(1-2): 7-11.
Slingerland, Edward., Sullivan, Brenton. 2017. "Durkheim with Data: The Database of Religious History." Journal of the American Academy of Religion 85(2): 312-347. https://doi.org/10.1093/jaarel/lfw012
Norenzayan, Ara., Shariff, Azim F., Gervais, Will M., Willard, Aiyana K., McNamara, Rita A., Slingerland, Edward., Henrich, Joseph. 2016. "The cultural evolution of prosocial religions." Cambridge University Press. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39: e1. https://www.cambridge.org/core/article/cultural-evolution-of-prosocial-religions…
Sullivan, Brenton., Muthukrishna, Michael., Tappenden, Frederick S., Slingerland, Edward. 2018. "Exploring the challenges and potentialities of the database of religious history for cognitive historiography." Journal of Cognitive Historiography 3(1-2): 12-31.
Nielbo, Kristoffer L., Nichols, Ryan., Slingerland, Edward. 2017. "Mining the past–data-intensive knowledge discovery in the study of historical textual traditions." Journal of Cognitive Historiography 3(1-2): 93-118.
Slingerland, Edward., Nichols, Ryan., Neilbo, Kristoffer., Logan, Carson. 2017. "The Distant Reading of Religious Texts: A “Big Data” Approach to Mind-Body Concepts in Early China." Journal of the American Academy of Religion 85(4): 985-1016. https://doi.org/10.1093/jaarel/lfw090
Norenzayan, Ara., Shariff, Azim F., Gervais, Will M., Willard, Aiyana K., McNamara, Rita A., Slingerland, Edward., Henrich, Joseph. 2016. "Parochial prosocial religions: Historical and contemporary evidence for a cultural evolutionary process." Cambridge University Press. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39: 65. https://search.proquest.com/docview/1770824783, http://library.stanford.edu/sfx