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2019/3: Technology: Between Apocalypse and Integration

15:47 25/07/2019
2019/3: Technology: Between Apocalypse and Integration

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Edited by Linda Hogan, Michelle Becka, João Vila-Chã

 

Part One: Technology: Foundational Questions

The Impacts of Technology: Anthropological Foundations
PAUL DUMOUCHEL

The Ideals of Humanity in the Light of Synthetic Biology and Artificial Intelligence
BENEDIKT PAUL GÖCKE

Artificial Intelligences, Robots, Bio-engineering and Cyborgs: New Challenges for Theology?
PAOLO BENANTI

Natural Science and the Church – Inevitably Opposed?: The Perspective of Church History
DOMINIK BURKARD

 

Part Two: Technological Rationality and Post-colonial Criticism

Persistence of Colonialism and Modern Technology: An Anthropological Reflection from an African Perspective
PETER KANYANDAGO

Technology and Cultural Values: Perspectives from India
KURUVILLA PANDIKATTU

 

Part Three: Technology in the Service of Humanity

Technology in the Service of Humanity: Perspectives on Gender and Inclusion
SHARON A. BONG

Responsibility – Old or New?: Reflections on the Pros and Cons of a Transformation of Responsibility
JANINA LOH

Toxic Creativity, Deep Time, and Moral Pleasure: An Ecospirituality of Technology
JACOB ERICKSON

 

Part Four: Theological Forum

Instances of Theological Renewal Starting Out From the Council
ENRICO GALAVOTTI

Theology in Italy Today
LEONARDO PARIS

Faith Consistent Investment Guidelines
SÉAMUS P FINN OMI

Monsignor Romero: Human Being, Christian and Honorable Archbishop
JON SOBRINO SJ

2019 ISSUES

1: The City and Global Development: Beyond the North-South Paradigm

2: Populism & Religion

3: Technology: Between Apocalypse and Integration

4: Christianities and Indigenous Peoples

5: Queer Theologies: Becoming the Queer Body of Christ