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'''Purity''' is the state of being pure, untarnished, or otherwise perfect. It can apply to people, objects, or ideas. A pure person is a virtuous one. Pure [[water]] does not contain any contaminants. [[Pure math]] refers to theoretical mathematics, abstract of any specific practical application.
 
'''Purity''' is the state of being pure, untarnished, or otherwise perfect. It can apply to people, objects, or ideas. A pure person is a virtuous one. Pure [[water]] does not contain any contaminants. [[Pure math]] refers to theoretical mathematics, abstract of any specific practical application.
 
A pure person has no vices, being pure in their virtue. A pure person has no virtue, being pure in their vice.
 
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:35, February 13, 2009

Purity is the state of being pure, untarnished, or otherwise perfect. It can apply to people, objects, or ideas. A pure person is a virtuous one. Pure water does not contain any contaminants. Pure math refers to theoretical mathematics, abstract of any specific practical application.