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Thne essentials of collectivist conflict

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Submitted by Ralph C. Whaley MD (United States), Feb 16, 2005 at 07:43

The abandonmnent of reason and an appeal to initiation of force is the essential characteristic of murderous conflict among religious groups as well as political groups. The solution is to identify that reason is man's only means of knowledge and harmony in living. Faith is anti- reason anti-mind anti-life. Faith and force are inseperable. Reason leads men to peaceful coexistence. Faith leads to mass death and destruction as history so clearly shows.
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