Toward the Third Millennium: Cyberspace, Evolution, and Teilhard's Vision of Cosmic Love
Computer Ethics Institute, March 6, 1996
Ingrid H. Shafer , University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma
In 'Towards a Third Millennium,' Ingrid Shafer investigates the global village that has emerged on the Internet. Shafer explores the Internet in relation to other villages that have emerged. "Unlike most previous civilizations, it appears not to have gradually and naturally evolved a single central religion while conversely being shaped by that religion. Instead, much like the Hellenistic world of the late Roman Empire, contemporary global civilization is marked by religious, intellectual, and cultural pluralism."
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