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1. Utilitarianism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
and future. The Christian religion, e.g., is "useful," "because it forbids in the name of religion the same faults that the penal code condemns in the name of the law." Artistic criticism is "harmful," because it disturbs worthy people in their
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2. Science of morality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
who argued that science and religion occupy "non-overlapping magisteria ". To Gould, science is concerned with questions of fact and theory, but not with meaning and morality – the magisteria of religion. In the same vein, Edward Teller
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3. Anarchism and Marxism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
consciousness. [edit ] Religion See also: Anarchism and Religion Religion is another area of disagreement amongst anarchists and Marxists. Marx in the Introduction to A Contribution to the Critique of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right
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4. Alcoholism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
also been demonstrated in animal models of alcohol dependence and withdrawal. [ 55 ] A kindling effect also occurs in alcoholics whereby each subsequent withdrawal syndrome is more severe than the previous withdrawal episode; this is due to
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5. Alcoholism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
also been demonstrated in animal models of alcohol dependence and withdrawal. [ 55 ] A kindling effect also occurs in alcoholics whereby each subsequent withdrawal syndrome is more severe than the previous withdrawal episode; this is due to
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6. Alcoholism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
also been demonstrated in animal models of alcohol dependence and withdrawal. [ 55 ] A kindling effect also occurs in alcoholics whereby each subsequent withdrawal syndrome is more severe than the previous withdrawal episode; this is due to
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7. Babylonia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
AD) had become the dominant religion among the native populace, who had never adopted the Zoroastrian or Hellenic religions of their rulers. Apart from the independent Assyrian state of Adiabene in the north, Mesopotamia remained under largely
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8. Babylonia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
AD) had become the dominant religion among the native populace, who had never adopted the Zoroastrian or Hellenic religions of their rulers. Apart from the independent Assyrian state of Adiabene in the north, Mesopotamia remained under largely
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9. Babylonia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
AD) had become the dominant religion among the native populace, who had never adopted the Zoroastrian or Hellenic religions of their rulers. Apart from the independent Assyrian state of Adiabene in the north, Mesopotamia remained under largely
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10. Abu Dhabi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
named the "father" of the animal, hence the name. Abu Dhabi's original name was "Milh" meaning salt, possibly referring to the salty waters of the Persian Gulf. Some Bedouins called the city Umm Dhabi (mother of deer) while British records refer
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