The 'duality' is a part of existence. Species survive if enough of its members continue to live with their physical conditions and in the environment they inhabit if catastrophic changes do not cause them to become extinct. Think of the approximately 95% of species that became extinct at one time in the Earth's history. The remaining small percent then went on during the next multi-million yers to evolve into all the species there are today. Each species does not only evolve via its 'best' members, it survives because enough of its members breed and produce young who also survive - and that ncludes the ones whose behaviour is not always conducive to the survival of that particular group!Quote
I can buy that, but what about good and evil - duality if you prefer? We can travel down many different avenues, we can wallow in the mire of the physical or seek to express ourselves, and understand the world in a more sacred way.
I'd say definitely that it is a result of science. The huge advantage of being a species with a brain evolved to find out why (except for a reason for our existence as being special rather than natural!!) is that we know the composition of the world and the universe as well as the composition of the microscopic world too. Nevere has there been found to be a spirit or god or anything.Quote
Another thought, Outside of the Eurocentric world, has there ever been another culture that defies the idea that spirit exists? Is the Godless idea just a white Caucasian, and to be more specific, a scientific way of looking at the world?
That doesn't mean that all the time spent on believing there are has been wasted, because it has all been part of our evolutionary development. I would really like there to be much faster progress in the understanding that no such thing as a god/God exists, but at least there are more and more people and peoples who do know this, are speaking more freely about it and communicating via the communication systems we have today.