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    Religion and philosophy both address many of the same questions. (Is there a god? Is man good or evil? etc) Both look for some form of enlightenment or ultimate truth. What is the difference in the approaches that these two disciplines take when investigating these questions?

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    Religion and philosophy do indeed address many of the same questions, e.g., Is there a God? What is He like? Is man good or evil?

    But there are significant differences in how religion and philosophy approach the same questions. Philosophy seeks to address these questions with the powers of human reasoning. While religion does not necessarily discount the ...

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    Religion and philosophy are correlated.

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