[NetBehaviour] The Doubter's Mysteries: The Creation (and the Fall of Satan)

ruth catlow ruth.catlow at furtherfield.org
Mon Aug 27 09:23:19 CEST 2018

I opened this after opening Irini's post about Artificial Intelligence 
programme at the V&A about human-machine interactions, and critical 
conversations about trust, algorithmic bias, ethics and 
more.Artificially Intelligent 

Now my mind won't work

Thanks Edward!

On 24/08/18 20:14, Edward Picot via NetBehaviour wrote:
> Dear all,
> 'The Doubter's Mysteries' are an attempt to write a short cycle of 
> Mystery Plays - ie. plays based on Bible stories, like the Medieval 
> Mystery Plays of York, Chester and Wakefield - from the point of view 
> of a sceptical modern audience; an audience which either doesn't 
> believe in God, or can't work out what he's playing at.
> There are fourteen of these plays, and the first is now online: 'The 
> Creation (and the Fall of Lucifer)'.
> http://edwardpicot.com/mysteries
> - Edward
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