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Current article lead reads in part Pir Sultan Abdal reflected the social, cultural and religious life of the people; he was a humanist, and wrote about love, peace, death and God. A humanist writing about religious life and God? Hmmm... Obviously this isn't modern Humanism, which rejects deference to supernatural beliefs in human affairs. Perhaps more closely aligned to Renaissance Humanism, but even so probably some clarification is needed. Andrewa (talk) 02:21, 15 May 2009 (UTC)