Secular, Spiritual, and Still Quite Religious

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Summary

Emile Durkheim had a very broad conception of religion as a central catalyst of society’s function — religion was a means for collective belonging and collective…

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Pursuing what it means to be human so as to build the best world possible. Practical ethics through in-depth exploration. Becoming Human: tylerkleeberger.com.

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Tyler Kleeberger

Tyler Kleeberger

Pursuing what it means to be human so as to build the best world possible. Practical ethics through in-depth exploration. Becoming Human: tylerkleeberger.com.

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