Neutralism

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Neutralism is the position of remaining neutral when faith or morality requires that one take a stand. Neutralism ducks moral or religious responsibility. Thus, neutralism implicitly takes a stand in itself.

Philosopher Benedict de Spinoza advocated this approach in the 1600s as a result of his view that mind, matter, time and everything that seems to be real are mere manifestations of one substance, one reality.