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In Greek philosophy eupraxis, literally "right action", is a fundamental concept in ethics, which has subtle meanings, suggesting an "ethical life-stance". This is similar in meaning to eupraxsophy, a word coined in the 20th century by secular humanist philosopher Paul Kurtz.
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