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Unformatted text preview: meantime. The second stage is the ethical stage which is accompanied by dread. This is where you strive to live according to those limits or rules this stage seems to feel very limiting to many individuals. With a “Leap of Faith” you can arrive at the Religious stage which provides an individual with spiritual freedom. Therefore we arrive at the conclusions that a person does not have proof of anything. With religious freedom God becomes the fulfillment of anything you need. Religious faith experiences perceiving, or interpretation of what you see. It can be the difference in recognizing and knowing what things are and their own subjectivity. How religion relates to the world and recognition of religion as whole. Now we see how there can be no hard proof to neither confirm nor deny the existence of God. Therefore, we must go forth with what has been taught by our elders and what we believe....
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- Spring '08
- Philosophy, physical evidence, Søren Kierkegaard