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Heathen's Progress

Heathen’s Progress 2: How not to be a dogmatic fundamentalist

We need to get beyond a false set of assumptions that divide people up into the dogmatic and the reasonable, the nasty and the nice. There is no automatic virtue in softly advocating accommodating beliefs, nor any vice in strongly advocating clear, divisive opinions.

Second in Guardian Comment is Free series


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