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atheism

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishatheisma‧the‧is‧m /ˈeɪθi-ɪzəm/ noun [uncountable]  BELIEVEthe belief that God does not existagnosticism (agnostic)atheist noun [countable]atheistic /ˌeɪθiˈɪstɪk◂/ adjective
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atheismWhen it finds expression in atheism then we have religion there also, for Truth is the atheism of the atheist.It is impossible to select any important part of it without soon realising that its root is firmly grounded in atheism.But they went one stage further: Soviet socialism adopted a stance of militant atheism.The many forms of atheism can usefully be divided into two categories.The law denied to the state the right to propagate atheism or otherwise to interfere in religious affairs.He concludes, not by committing himself to atheism but showing empathy with it.Must the movement be seen as heading straight towards atheism and irreligion?It is impossible to conceive of dialectical materialism without atheism, and it is this which underlies Marxism as an ideology.
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