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    All of the books I initially mentioned are part of his interest in reason and morals. I view it through my own lens which is admittedly interested with how religion has effected cultures through human history. I don’t know about ‘Thus Spake ...’ though, as I got halfway through and quickly realised I had little to no idea how he had arrived at that work or why he viewed it as his pinnacle achievement.

    One day I’ll get back to it, but other books are more pressing tbh.

    I don’t generally disagree with your take, but I have my thoughts and you have yours. What I believe your about doesn’t even interest me, and what I believe you’re correct about isn’t exactly my direct interest.

    Either way there is some overlapping interest here I think. I’ll get to it in a fresh thread next week hopefully.

    Thanks
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