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, "Ahn Eun Song" <ahn.unsong@g...>
> > Not really necissary, because the answer in these sort of
> > is always the same: the most common definition,
> You've determined /which/ is the most common definition? Please,
> then by all means, give us the 'obvious' and be done with the
> unnecessary ambiguousness!
Already did so, but you seem to have an Aleister Crowley in your ear.
> > It is completely at odds with TBOTL, almost its
> > antipode. Humanism is about developing reasoning abilities and
> > distrust of the supernatural.
> 'The method of science the aim of religion'
> and many other AA-related quotes are rife with the influence of
Not at all. Humanism neither has the method of science, nor does it
have the aim of religion. It is an ideology that stretches the
importance of reason and seperation between religion and state.
Thelema, especially under its current form, is not at all the poster
boy for the seperation between church and state, since EGC and OTO are
pretty tied up with each other. That Crowley and the other OHO's seem
to have missed out on the lessons of the Enlightment is strange, but
not really surprising. It's hard to find religious people that realize
how important secularism really is.