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Every form of philosophy that recognizes: 1. the objective existence of God and the world and their various relationships, independently of human knowledge and desire; 2. that these beings are knowable as they are in themselves; 3. the need for one to conform his or her mind, will, and conduct to this objective reality in order to be happy and attain one's final destiny.
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