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Secular humanism is the main branch of humanism. On its surface, secularism tends to reject supernaturalism, thus conflicting with most religions. Secularism is not opposed to religion, but to religious law, whereby religion proposes to impose its doctrines upon all of its citizenry, dismissing full freedom of religion. Secular simply means keeping separate the common government from individualistic religion so that any rules developed under secularism can be applied universally.

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