Reality, virtuality and relation

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This paper is an exercise in theological cybercriticism, i.e., a critical analysis of post-human tendencies inherent in cyberculture. Assuming that cyberculture is currently the dominant culture and that many of its elements have Gnostic characteristics, some of its more radical theories are studied, in which Gnosticism manifests itself most clearly. The challenge of post-humanism inherent in certain utopias of cyberculture is opposed to the Judeo-Christian notion of the person, as a basis for an anti-Gnostic anthropology.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)131-149
Number of pages18
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 11 Jun 2016


  • Digital
  • Theology
  • Cyberculture


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