Pouya Lotfi Yazdi
Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies
It is argued that the standard view of politics and religion is based on well-established moral and political arguments. Faithfully, I (hereafter: the writer) would argue that there is another argument that could prove that not only the standard view is true, but also, theocracy as a political view that refuses the standard view is certainly false. It is called as Covid-19 Sample Argument.
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