Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Religion, a primary human need

Black Mass
John Gray

A central task of government is to work out and enforce a framework whereby we can live together, says John Gray in Black Mass ( ). He does not foresee a role for a homogenised world or a morally homogeneous society. “No one type of government or economy will be accepted everywhere, nor will any single version of civilisation be embraced by all of humanity.”

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