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secular beliefs


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(sek-yoo-ler)

nonreligious beliefs that reflect an emphasis on living in the here and now. Secularists use scepticism and rationalism to question traditional religious beliefs; they may be humanists, atheists, deists (believing in a creative force, or first cause), or agnostics.

Subjects: Medicine and Health.


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