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On 01/10/02 02:26, Philip Jonkers said this-
>I doubt if it will ever be
>feasible, all the more since it seems that religion
>is ingrained in the human brain.
Is it religion that is ingrained, or the mechanisms that allow religion
to flourish? I suspect the latter, and that religion has endured only
because it is a facile set of conditions to set up and maintain.
But, yes, it is hard to eliminate the easy.
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