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"What we think of as [[Western philosophy|Western thought]] today is generally defined as [[Greco-Roman world |Greco-Roman]] and [[Judeo-Christian]] culture, the [[Renaissance]], the [[Age of Enlightenment |Enlightenment]] and [[colonialism]]."--Sholem Stein "What we think of as [[Western philosophy|Western thought]] today is generally defined as [[Greco-Roman world |Greco-Roman]] and [[Judeo-Christian]] culture, the [[Renaissance]], the [[Age of Enlightenment |Enlightenment]] and [[colonialism]]."--Sholem Stein
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-"'''Judeo-Christian''' (or '''Judaeo-Christian''', sometimes written as '''Judæo-Christian''') is a term used to describe the body of concepts and values which are thought to be held in common by [[Judaism]] and [[adapted]] by [[Christianity]], and typically considered (sometimes along with [[classical antiquity|classical]] [[Greco-Roman]] civilization) a fundamental basis for [[Western legal code]]s and [[moral value]]s. In particular, the term refers to the common [[Old Testament]]/[[Tanakh]] (which is a basis of both moral traditions, including particularly the [[Ten Commandments]]); and implies a [[common set of values present in the modern Western World]]. The term has been criticized by some for suggesting more commonality than may actually exist." --Sholem Stein+"'''Judeo-Christian''' (or '''Judaeo-Christian''', sometimes written as '''Judæo-Christian''') is a term used to describe the body of concepts and values which are thought to be held in common by [[Judaism and adapted]] by Christianity]], and typically considered (sometimes along with [[classical antiquity|classical]] [[Greco-Roman]] civilization) a fundamental basis for [[Western legal code]]s and [[moral value]]s. In particular, the term refers to the common [[Old Testament]]/[[Tanakh]] (which is a basis of both moral traditions, including particularly the [[Ten Commandments]]); and implies a [[common set of values present in the modern Western World]]. The term has been criticized by some for suggesting more commonality than may actually exist." --Sholem Stein
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"What we think of as Western thought today is generally defined as Greco-Roman and Judeo-Christian culture, the Renaissance, the Enlightenment and colonialism."--Sholem Stein


"Judeo-Christian (or Judaeo-Christian, sometimes written as Judæo-Christian) is a term used to describe the body of concepts and values which are thought to be held in common by Judaism and adapted by Christianity]], and typically considered (sometimes along with classical Greco-Roman civilization) a fundamental basis for Western legal codes and moral values. In particular, the term refers to the common Old Testament/Tanakh (which is a basis of both moral traditions, including particularly the Ten Commandments); and implies a common set of values present in the modern Western World. The term has been criticized by some for suggesting more commonality than may actually exist." --Sholem Stein

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