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I comment on some of the points made in John Caiazza's thesis on techno-secularism and offer some of my own further reflections on the subject. Tertullian's rhetorical question about Athens and Jerusalem has universal relevance, not just for Western culture, and, notwithstanding the many positive contributions of science and technology to human culture and civilization, they may not take the place of religion of one kind or another in the foreseeable future. What is needed is to transform religions in ways that meet the challenges of a world drastically transformed by science and technology.
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Keywords: Gnosticism; NOMA; Vedic framework; aparâ; magic; parâ; pratyaksha; proksha; techno-secularism

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Emeritus Professor of Physics and Humanities at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY 14623;, Email: [email protected]

Publication date: 2005-12-01

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