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  1. Sergius Bulgakov’s Critique of NF Fedorov’s Technologized Resurrection.Travis Dumsday - 2020 - Zygon 55 (4):853-874.
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  • Posthuman Transformation in Ancient Mediterranean Thought: Becoming Angels and Demons.M. David Litwa - 2020 - Cambridge University Press.
    There is not just a desire but a profound human need for enhancement - the irrepressible yearning to become better than ourselves. Today, enhancement is often conceived of in terms of biotechnical intervention: genetic modification, prostheses, implants, drug therapy - even mind uploading. The theme of this book is an ancient form of enhancement: a physical upgrade that involves ethical practices of self-realization. It has been called 'angelification' - a transformation by which people become angels. The parallel process is 'daimonification', (...)
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  • Can Technologies Promote Overall Well-Being?T. J. Oord - 2020 - In Love, Technology and Theology. T & T Clark.
    "This volume explores love in the context of today’s technologies. It is difficult to separate love from romanticist ideals of authenticity, intimacy and depth of relationship. These ideals resonate with theological models of love that highlight the way God benevolently created the world and continues to love it. Technologies, which are designed in response to our desires, do not necessarily enjoy this romanticist resonance, and yet they are now remodelling the world. Are technologies then antithetical to love? In this volume, (...)
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  • Will Superintelligence Lead to Spiritual Enhancement?Ted Peters - 2022 - Religions 13 (5):399.
    If we human beings are successful at enhancing our intelligence through technology, will this count as spiritual advance? No. Intelligence alone— whether what we are born with or what is superseded by artificial intelligence or intelligence amplification— has no built-in moral compass. Christian spirituality values love more highly than intelligence, because love orients us toward God, toward the welfare of the neighbor, and toward the common good. Spiritual advance would require orienting our enhanced intelligence toward loving God and neighbor with (...)
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