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A Unifying Philosophy of Governance (Universal Religion and God)

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A Unifying Philosophy of Governance (Universal Religion and God) Bertrand Russell won Nobel Prize for arguing that science has triumphed over religion (\"Religion and Science,\" Oxford University Press, 1961). Since religions are based on god, Russell's argument implies that science has...

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A Unifying Philosophy of Governance (Universal Religion and God)

Bertrand Russell won Nobel Prize for arguing that science has triumphed over religion ("Religion and Science," Oxford University Press, 1961). Since religions are based on god, Russell's argument implies that science has triumphed over both religion and god. But neither Russell nor anyone else has ever defined religion and god, rationally. The assertion about triumph of science (which is founded on rationality) over concepts such as religion and god (which are not defined rationally or scientifically in the extant literature) cannot be rational. This paper offers a novel rational philosophical foundation for the concepts of god, religion and science in which the claim that science triumphs over religion is redundant.

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