Philosophical Free-thinking

Philosophical Free-thinking:
– citing truth based on logic, reason, and empiricism, rather than myths or dogmas.
– confronting commonly held faith[s or belief[s], or superstition[s] in favor of reason and evidence.
– challenging opinions about rites, religions, politics,etc., from tradition, authority, or establishments.
– changing norms, codes or bounds in a way that is unexpected or unacceptable for a period of time.

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