Pomeriggi alla Minerva

Afternoons at the Minerva

At the Priory of Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rome, the series of meetings under the title “Afternoons at the Minerva” is starting again. The topic will take us to the extremes of theological and anthropological research, investigating the disorientation of humanity in the face of the latest scientific discoveries.

The meetings will range from the probability or possibility of life in the universe to enhanced human of the posthumanism by means of robots and relations with Christianity.

The series will begin on 31 March at 5.15 pm, with a round table with Paul Dumouchel and Luisa Damiano on the artificial empathy between human and robot created by the Alberto Magno Institute and its ethical implications, and will be concluded by Br Daniele Aucone op, who will speak on “Human Beings 2.0. From transhumanism to the ultra-human being of the Gospel”.

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At the Priory of Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rome, the series of meetings under the title “Afternoons at the Minerva” is starting again. The topic will take us to the extremes of theological and anthropological research, investigating the disorientation of humanity in the face of the latest scientific discoveries. The...
At the Priory of Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rome, the series of meetings under the title “Afternoons at the Minerva” is starting again. The topic will take us to the extremes of theological and anthropological research, investigating the disorientation of humanity in the face of the latest scientific discoveries. The meetings will range from the probability or possibility of life in the universe to enhanced human of the posthumanism by means of robots and relations with Christianity. The series will begin on 31 March at 5.15 pm, with a round table with Paul Dumouchel and Luisa Damiano on the artificial empathy between human and robot created by the Alberto Magno Institute and its ethical implications, and will be concluded by Br Daniele Aucone op, who will speak on “Human Beings 2.0. From transhumanism to the ultra-human being of the Gospel”.

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