Quintuple extension: Mind, body, humanism, religion, secularism

Zygon 44 (3):699-718 (2009)
Abstract
Extension of the system that includes the key substrates for sensation, perception, emotion, volition, and cognition, and all representational sources for cognition, supports the view that there is an extended mind and an extended body. These intellectual views can be made practical in a humanist system based on extensions and in religious systems based on extensions. Independently, there is also an institutional extension of secularism. Hence, I maintain, there are five principal forms of extension.
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DOI 10.1111/j.1467-9744.2009.01025.x
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