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the way of how the additional data will be collected, thus limiting the overallassessment to only one type of information. The author sees no better way toassess the nature of religion than to investigate its creation by the need for the creation, and the definition of necessity resides in human nature. Definingthese needs as social is one conventional way for investigation, but the author finds this way more as convenient rather than credible, or effective if youplease, since it disregards the human nature, and relies on the validity that thesociety observed is the precursor of religion. In searching for, as fundamentalas possible, the author found human nature as equally elementary as humansthemselves.No person can be human being, or live as societal being, withouthaving the main ideas about the concerning world. These ideas, or sometimesdefined as cosmic formulations, formulate the universe in which one lives. Theuniverses we create, no matter that there exist defined laws, constant andequal to everyone, determine the way and meaning of our life. Each of thoserepresents a scheme that organizes human thoughts and shapes humanbehavior, and each has the basic answers to all questions, or at least meansto searching for them. If observed as a product of complete self-reliance,which includes the absence of everything that is external, as Emerson arguesin his work “Self-reliance”, that they would hold the ultimate truth, since theywould represent the soul of human nature. Author disagrees claiming thatnone of those universes can be the Universe. For, self-reliance does hold theultimate truth, but only about the individual, and to individual only, whichmakes it only an aspect of human nature, not the actual human nature.