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    #1

    he different religions in the world have created a false dichotomy in man.

    Are the following sentences grammatically correct?

    1.The different religions in the world have created a false dichotomy in man.

    2. After studying different philosophies, there’s dichotomy in my mind.

    3. Different creeds will obviously create a dichotomy in you, but if you analyze them rationally, everything will become fair and square.

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    #2

    Re: he different religions in the world have created a false dichotomy in man.

    I would add 'a' before 'dichotomy' in #2. In #3, 'fair and square' strikes a false note.

    Otherwise, they are grammatically correct, but I've no idea what they're supposed to mean.

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