Marxism behaves like anatheistic science but its ethics closely replicates those of Abrahamic religions. Just as religion requires that trust in priests who allegedly serve an invisible omnipresent almighty, Marxism demands reliance on political authorities that supposedly serve an omnipotent universal historical trend. Psychoanalysis directly backs the anti-sex religious morals because it praises the suppression of sexual desires.
The abstract concepts introduced by the theory of special relativity that underlie modern physics also play upon religious morals but in a less obvious manner. The probabilistic physics supports the ethics of circumcising religions in a more circumferential yet fundamental way. It is not directly concerned with right and wrong conduct. However, the incognoscibility of nature that it asserts conveys a theological message of the highest order. It brings us back to the pious awe of ancient religion. In different terms the abstract relativities and unrepresentative quantum physics say that we know nothing and conform to the most irrational forms of superstition.
– New York Times, 11/9/30
Some people consider that religion has evolved from god-fearing toward morals. In other words religion has evolved from irrational superstitions to rational rules. Meanwhile physics has undergone the opposite development. It has transformed from an exact practical knowledge into a highly abstract science. Religion makes use of fears and stimulates them. In turn, 20th century physics makes use of religious awe and mental attitudes.
Physics together with other abstract doctrines has merged with religion and supported religious morals. Historical materialism, sex-driven psychology, relativistic and probabilistic physics exploit and diversify the religious morality. The world slowly tries to shake off these abstract doctrines in the order of their historic appearance. However, liberation from simplistic utopias is never complete in the atmosphere of dissatisfaction and sexual frustration.
The realism of the intellectual heritage of intact ancient Greek and Roman civilizations stands in sheer contrast to the circumcision-aided unrepresentative reasoning typical of Abrahamic religions. The sciences, philosophical and social doctrines of ancient Greece and Rome were practical and tolerated individualism. In addition, those cultures lacked any sign of sexual frustration or self-alienation. They honoured nudity instead of fearing it as Abrahamics do. These ancient cultures became the model for the modern democratic society. However, the reintroduction of democracy during the middle ages was slow and painful due to the resistance of the Abrahamics morals.