How do the powerful driving forces of religion and technology interact in the way that humans act towards and within the natural world? Deane-Drummond, Bergmann and Szerszynski are concerned with understanding the complex relation between technology and religious belief in their intersections with the natural world. Working from both theoretical and practical contexts by using newly emerging case studies, including geo-engineering and soil carbon technologies, this volume breaks new ground by engaging theological, scientific, philosophical and cultural aspects of the technology/religion/nature nexus.
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|Date published: || 2015|
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