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Nor can such an understanding be gained by supplementing our scientific picture with a moral one. A Humanist believes that the happiness of individuals and of humankind depends on people, rather than on religion and dogma. See: "What is the Best Country in the World? He alone, when the law of Nature was all but blotted out by sins, when the law of Moses incited to lists rather than cured them, when Satan ruled in the world unchallenged, brought timely aid to perishing humanity. This move to the radical left, however, was neither universal nor definitional, and there is no particular reason to associate Modernism, fundamentally, with 'the left'.

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