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Seven Social Sins

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Seven Social Sins is a list that was first uttered in a sermon delivered in Westminster Abbey on March 20, 1925[1] by an Anglican priest named Frederick Lewis Donaldson. He originally referred to it as the „7 Deadly Social Evils”.[2]

It is a common misconception that Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was the origin of this list as he published the same list in his weekly newspaper Young India on October 22, 1925.[3] Later he gave this same list to his grandson, Arun Gandhi, written on a piece of paper on their final day together shortly before his assassination.[4] The Seven Sins are:

  1. Wealth without work.
  2. Pleasure without conscience.
  3. Knowledge without character.
  4. Commerce without morality.
  5. Science without humanity.
  6. Religion without sacrifice.
  7. Politics without principle.

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