By Christopher C. Knight,Christopher C, Dr Knight,Nancey, Professor Murphy
Humans are exact of their skill to mirror on themselves. lately a few students have mentioned that human self-conceptions have a heritage. principles of human nature within the West have constantly been formed through the interaction of philosophy, theology, technology, and know-how. the quick velocity of advancements within the latter spheres (neuroscience, genetics, synthetic intelligence, biomedical engineering) demand clean reflections on what it capacity, now, to be human, and for theological and moral judgments on how we would form our personal future sooner or later. The top students during this booklet supply clean contributions to the energetic quest for an account of ourselves that does justice to present advancements in theology, technological know-how, expertise, and philosophy.
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Human Identity at the Intersection of Science, Technology and Religion (Ashgate Science and Religion Series) by Christopher C. Knight,Christopher C, Dr Knight,Nancey, Professor Murphy