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On the Religions of Uruun-Seiir: Renrulai

FOLLOWING IS A BRIEF excerpt from the ancient writings of the Order Renrulai and their philosoph y of cosmic and moral determinism. These writings were first published in the Fifth Age by the Brotherhood of Renrul in the far north and were met with great opposition by several contemporary philosophers of the time, but have since found favor among scholars for their observations. THE UNIVERSE, HOWEVER VAST, is ultimately finite. This is particularly relevant because it limits the possible material outcomes of any given decision. Furthermore, the laws of known physics dictate that certain phenomena are impossibilities. This is a limit of material nature. A human, however he may desire or will it, can do nothing to make himself fly. He may by means of an apparatus soar through the air, but nothing in his nature allows him to fly apart from some mechanical process that would enable him. No man may make himself a duck. Beyond material limitations imposed upon the will are
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