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Sep 7, 2012

Dana Gould sits in for a live podcast about bags of pee, dog euthanasia, Mr. Microphone and more.

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  • eight and a half years ago
    Richard
    Here is a quote from Gould defining rgeoiln (I think from his Rock of ages book defining the NOMA concept): “I will accept both Huxley’s view and the etymology of the word itself – and construe as fundamentally religious (literally, binding us together) all moral discourse on principles that might activate the ideal of universal fellowship among people.”Of course, he then goes on and uses the normal supernatural definition (I think almost always implying theism) in the rest of his book. And the latter approach is used by almost everyone else who talks about the NOMA concept.So while the original definition he used gave me a role in the religious part of NOMA in practice my role is ignored or denied and was by Gould in practice too.Re your last comment, Dale. I guess I sometimes look at things and say that's wrong (although these days I try not to be too judgemental). If that's me doing religion why can't I get a tax exemption? The law is clear because it's not a supernatural activity.So legally, and I presume legislatively, your definition of religion (and Gould's original definition) is just not acceptable in New Zealand.But looking at things in their context and development I think there is a lot of value in recognising Gould's definition (binding us together) as being very relevant to the origin and development of religion. We have to recognise, though, that the binding us together role is filled by quite a few things in our modern world which no-one defines as religion (normally). Ken http://qxwmmx.com [url=http://kilfbjk.com]kilfbjk[/url] [link=http://ckydjooxsn.com]ckydjooxsn[/link]
  • eight and a half years ago
    Anggi
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  • eight and a half years ago
    Lucelia
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    Maheeth
    - Wow! You are pretty darn animazg. There is so much love caught here by Len's Lens (hahahah, you see what I did there?!?!?!?!). These photos are stunning, I am in love with each one of these.July 12, 2011 2:11 am
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