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How Robot Priests Will Change Human Spirituality

If our tools amplify our intentions, we need to question our motivation for developing robots that automate blessings, hearing confession, or chanting at a funeral

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OOne of the charges against Socrates was that his arguments were like robots. As the Greek philosopher…




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David O’Hara

David O’Hara

Professor of Philosophy, Classics, Religion, and Environmental Studies. Author of several books. Saunterer.

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