3. Inalienable "rights"
4. Competition as an ideal, both socially and economically
6. Individualism; ego or self-worship
8. Paper proclamations, laws; absolute decrees which fail to apply context, conditions, or circumstance
9. Deadlines; mandatory attendance
10. Rule by humans -- which are essentially idea agents -- rather than by the ideas themselves
11. Family; love; illogical preferences for fellow human beings at the expense of the rest of sentient life
12. Making decisions ba
13. Consumption of meat
14. Sexual reproduction -- a non-consensual act which is solely responsible for all leaks whose puddles we psychologically love to clean over and over while never bothering to actually plug the hole
At the end of the day, ALL preconceptions -- especially those steeped in desire, emotion, and subjective preference -- are a problem. We must promote open, dynamic systems of thought which continuously update themselves as new data becomes available, so that we never become complacent in our daily lives. Religion is just one symptom of this far more fundamental problem.