Under this heading Voltaire groups a wide variety of ideas--allof them various sorts of irrational opinions. What are good prejudices,according to him? (Compare with \"natural law.\") Whatcommon European attitudes is he satirizing in the paragraph thatbegins at the bottom of p. 343? \"Prejudices of the Senses\"are simply sensory illusions, and \"physical prejudices\"are irrational beliefs handed on by tradition. He debunks a piousstory about how Clovis converted to Christianity by pointing outthat it is not natural to pray to a God in whom one does not yetbelieve. Note that most of his examples of religion avoid Christianitybut can easily be paralleled with it.
What does he say shouldbe the final result of overcoming religious prejudices?