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Ideas, Culture and Innovation: An Interview with Ross Emmett

How might we think about the conditions, culture, ideas and possibilities of innovation? How might our view of human persons and their culture shape the horizons for innovation, which contribute value to others? These questions and other topics are pursued in this interview with Ross Emmett.

There is great need today to articulate a substantive and coherent theology and philosophy of innovation that is attentive to multidisciplinary considerations. Perhaps this interview might help to prod further work in this area.

To read the full text of this interview, please click here.

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