Do you think it is unethical to accept as true non-religious propositions that fail to be supported by objective
evidence? For example, is it unethical to accept as true the statement "AIDS can be cured by raping a virgin" in the absence of evidence? Why or why not? Is it unethical to accept this statement as true given that there is evidence to the contrary? Why or why not?
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