Philosophy is inseparable from religion. All abstract thought was once part of religion, and philosophers faced dire consequences if they did not include the gods in their analysis of reality. Consequently, most of ancient wisdom is disguised within dogma. The knowledge of times past is still there, one only has to interpret it from a modern perspective.
One cannot master psychology without an understanding of the nature of religious belief. To see the fears and desires of the human mind, one need only observe the faithful.
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