Religion and Technology by Jay Newman
A Study in the Philosophy of Culture

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Religion and technology have always been at the heart of any civilization, says Newman, and the changing relations between them have and will continue to have a powerful influence on social and personal development. Newman begins with a look at religious criticism of technology, most specifically the view that technology undermines religious world views, religious practices, and spirituality in general. But what the religious antitechnologist might be misunderstanding, he argues, are the essence of technology, its relation to progress, and its significance as a religious endeavor. Indeed, religion may be a form of technology, or both may be the same as culture itself.


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Published April 30, 1997 by Praeger. 208 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction