Publisher: Routledge; New edition edition (May 31, 2012)
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Size: 9.3 MB
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what's the 'posthuman'? Is changing into posthuman inevitable-something with the intention to occur to us, or whatever we'll do to ourselves? Why do a little lengthy for it, whereas others fearfully reject it? those questions underscore the truth that the posthuman is a reputation for the unknown destiny, and accordingly, now not a unmarried suggestion yet a jumble of competing visions - a few of that could be interesting, a few of that could be scary, and that's which relies on who you're, and what you need to be. This ebook goals to explain present theological and philosophical discussion at the posthuman through arguing that theologians needs to concentrate on which kind of the posthuman they're enticing, and to illustrate 'posthuman theology' isn't just attainable, yet fascinating, whilst the imaginative and prescient of the posthuman is one that coincides with a theological imaginative and prescient of the human.