Carl Senior, Patrick Stewart, Tom Adams
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Even the most secular people and societies usually have their behaviour shaped by religion. We can see its influence in behavioural codes that set out what is considered right and wrong. But we can also see it in more general attitudes to authority, sexuality and what to do with the people who don’t follow these codes.
Today, even apparently socially liberal people will co-opt the traditional tools of power...
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