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- proper n. An "open-source religion"; a communal belief system based on rational inquiry, empiricism, and science, whose sense of authority emerges from the group via consensus.
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Daniel Kriegman, founder of a new religion called Yoism, stresses that content and process have to work together in a fledgling movement because many things will likely change at the beginning.
So I was very pleased to hear this morning about Yoism, which claims to be the world’s first Open Source religion.
Checking out Yoism, Tool, and C right now:) added temporal limiter for sharpening