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Published: 14 November 2012

368 Pages | 9 b/w illustrations

6 x 9 inches

ISBN: 9780823249817

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Deus in Machina

Religion, Technology, and the Things in Between

Edited by Jeremy Stolow

A Fordham University Press Publication

  • Traditionally, religion and technology have been considered to be opposing terms. This vibrant and varied book of essays examines how, to the contrary, they have been intertwined from the very beginning.
  • Stolow writes with remarkable clarity, and he has brought his editorial skills to bear on all the other essays. The contributions of both well-known scholars (such as Wolfgang Ernst, Peter Pels, Faye Ginsburg, and Stolow himself) and younger voices (such as Marleen de Witte and Maria José A. de Abreu) sparkle with fun examples, presented in lucid prose.

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