Spiritism is a philosophical doctrine organized by the French professor Allan Kardec. Its main characteristics are:
Promoting the dialog between the three classical forms of knowledge (science, philosophy and religion) for achieving a more complete comprehension of the reality;
Submitting the fundamental points of the religious systems to a critical and empirical exam, for separating fantasy and reality. This way, men can avoid materialism and dogmatism at once, being critical and spiritual.
Emphasizing human power and responsibility for acting, creating and changing the world around.
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