Artificial Minds and Human Religions

Given the recent release of Religion and Science Fiction, it is timely that I am able to share a chapter of mine from a conference volume which was published in Romania, and which thus will not get a lot of attention elsewhere, but which was a precursor to and overlaps with my chapter in Religion and Science Fiction. The title is “Artificial Minds and Human Religions” and you can read it on my selected works page.

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  • Anonymous

    Just received an email from Wipf & Stock Publishers that “Religion and Science Fiction” has been shipped, so I want no spoilers please.  :-)!  

  • James F. McGrath

    My next post on why people should buy the book will relate to “spoilers” – but in a different sort of way.

    I won’t say more…SPOILERS!