We wouldn't be able to historically argue ethics if it hadn't been for religion

February 25, 2014, 7:25 am

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Philosophy is religion without superstition. Religion is how primitive people deal with the changing of the seasons and death and all the imponderables.
Just because religion got there first doesn't at all make it right.

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