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Philosophy and Religion

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Throughout history, philosophy and religion have played a significant role in the development of a society, how it treats outsiders, and how it treats its own members. Humans have frequently looked to gods or deities to lead them and to answer some of life’s mysteries.
The Romans and the Greeks were led by a group of deities who shared many of the same traits and powers. The Greeks thought that th ... Read more

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