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Ken Myers. Erik Davis. In the new millennium, will we drop our messy bodies and upload our minds and souls into tidy android containers? Why not, argues Davis, a Wired contributor whose hip, erudite first book argues for the survival of a kind of gnostic mysticism in the age of information technology, carried over from the specifically Christian movement of late antiquity.
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This book, by Dutch historian Thomas A. The first volume, about the metaphysics of the American skyscraper, was published in , while the third, which will focus on buildings destroyed by fire, is in preparation. Reprinted by permission from Ballast Quarterly Review, Vol. Harmony Books, New York, N.
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