Technology and Transcendence
Michael Breen, Eamonn Conway, Barry McMillan
Columba, 2003 - Religion - 237 pages
Represents the work of fifteen scholars in four disciplines: theology, philosophy, sociology and cultural studies, and offers an interdisciplinary reflection on the role and impact of technology in society, focusing on the implications for human flourishing.
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