Yes, we are all 'religious' animals... in so far as belief is primary. It is our natural adolescent state. Since the Enlightenment, we considered ourselves more adult-like and autonomous; we reasoned out our beliefs for ourselves, where some stayed with a rational religion, and others became sceptics. And yet some have also returned to the old beliefs, for they lost the optimistic faith in reason, and learnt the true principles of criticism. Criticism is aware of the limits, and is itself an enlightened form of skepticism. The divide that exists now is between the old orthodoxy and a post-modern 'anything goes'. It seems reason has run its course.