Philosophy: 3-d people are often no more complex than 'phenomenal' statues or dolls. The immediate world is partly a result of rational thought. There are many different worlds unless only one is best.
Religion: certain people do holy work that transcends the human condition. For example, the Diascurii who wrote the bible in a day, or Moses who parted the waters, or Pippin in who lived for three years in three days.
Public Works: people die in garbage trucks, railroad tracks, and elevator shafts because these activities are repeated so much. Danger may be only a matter of what job you have, not something as stupid as luck.
Children: magic is possible, and happens always.
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