Visitbookmarks - Ience, religion, social complexities--derives in part from our capacity to orient http://visitbookmarks.com/story.php?title=ience-religion-social-complexities-derives-in-part-from-our-capacity-to-orient-9 Ience, religion, social complexities--derives in part from our capacity to orient toward, and plan with respect to, an uncertain but potentially controllable future (e.g., Donald, 1991; Lombardo, 2008). All organisms capable of long-term memory are necessarily oriented toward the future. A feature of memory apparently unique to humans, however, is the degree to which the decisions and plans that w Fri, 12 Jan 2018 21:49:59 UTC en