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1.3 Religion


"For human reason, without being moved merely by the conceit of omniscience, advances irresistibly, and urged on by its own need, to questions such as cannot be answered by any empirical employment of reason, or by principles thence derived, so that we may really say that all men, as soon as their reason became ripe for speculation, have at all times possessed some kind of metaphysic, and will always continue to possess it."
Kant, Critique of Pure Reason, Intro., I, VI.



Ideology is religion in the guise of politics...


Sub-contents

      1.3.1 Man's need for religion
         1.3.1.1 Gurus, preachers and priests
      1.3.2 Vehicles of Hope