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The actions from which [virtue] was produced are also those in which it is exercised.


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Bertrand Russell ,Why I Am Not a Christian and Other Essays on Religion and Related Subjects

The objections to religion are of two sorts – intellectual and moral. The intellectual objection is that there is no reason to suppose any religion true; the moral objection is that religious precepts date from a time when men were more cruel than they are and therefore tend to perpetuate inhumanities which the moral conscience of the age would otherwise outgrow.


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