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Theomorphism: Design Strategies for Representing the Divine in Robots

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5 Responses:

  1. Other Jamie says:

    Without exploring the etic/emic dichotomy, at least taking a nod to Searle, and complaining about some historic fact or another I just can’t take it seriously as tenure-track academese.

  2. Moses says:

    Accordig to this, robots that are both human-shaped and animal-shaped cannot be functional; and robots that are human-shaped and animal-shaped and god-shaped all at once cannot be functional. Also, there are godlike robots that are not human-shaped nor animal-shaped nor functional.

  3. internetimal says:

    Missing the "furries" tag as usual.

  4. Elusis says:

    Wow, they'll let people make a Venn diagram of anything these days.

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