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But the real source of classic beauty was Greek literature. The irreligious belief that works like a religion without a god but is instead focused on the present welfare of other people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity,culture or any other calharacteristic creating any group of people Religious person who found out im an atheist: I thought all people who didn't believe I'm my god(s) where evil but you seem to have high morals, why?

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (September 17, 2012)

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