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And he wanted to do this while simplifying the message, by condensing it the humanist ethic into one word. All without employing a religious vocabulary. With that in mind he wrote Eupraxophy: Living without Religion (1989) to launch the word, and returned to it at the end of The New Skepticism three years later Un-Willing: An Inquiry into the Rise of Will’s Power and an Attempt to Undo It. His Latin writings were most highly prized by his contemporaries, who ranked his "Africa" with the "Aeneid" of Virgil, but posterity prefers his sweet, melodious sonnets and canzoni Time, Will, and Mental Process (Cognition and Language: A Series in Psycholinguistics). However, feminism (and humanism) declares that the basic unit of society should not be the nuclear family, but the autonomous individual. Humanism specifically declares that �the principle of moral equality must be furthered through the elimination of all discrimination based upon. .. sex, age.. . Philosophy of Mind: An Introduction.

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