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The belief that the world gets better, the belief that humans can improve the world. In other words, it is an idea in metaphysical thinking holding that progress is a real concept leading to an improvement of the world. It holds that humans can, through their interference with processes that would otherwise be natural, produce an outcome which is an improvement over the aforementioned natural one.

GREG RAKOZY RYAN FRANCO

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