Guy Claxton, The Wayward Mind: An Intimate History of The Unconscious:

We have come a long way from the disembodied soul: the immaculate fleck of divinity that is in us but not of this world. Instead of having recourse to a transcendental realm, a parallel universe in which everything is True and Good, we seem to be able to relocate spirituality, not just in the brain, but in the recovery of an intimate, ecological, empathic relationship with this world of wood and gristle and fellow-feeling.

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