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  • liberalism
  • I've been thinking lately that all models of the world, among which are fundamentalism and secularism, as well as liberalism, capitalism, and all their assorted siblings, are really nothing more than shared delusions. (patheos.com)
  • aims
  • Secularism, Education, and Emotions: Cultural Tensions in Hebrew Palestine (1882-1926) aims to explore the sources of secularism, its social and emotional significances, its various expressions, and its thorny frictions with different religious environments during the first decades of modern settlement of Jews in Eretz-Israel (Palestine). (peterlang.com)
  • religious
  • The present volume monitors new developments concerning religious issues, faith-based organizations, State-Church relations and secularism in the EU, which especially during the past two decades have undergone profound changes, changes which continuously and increasingly alter mentalities and habits, whether belief-related or not. (peterlang.com)
  • In this short introduction Andrew Copson tells the story of secularism, taking in momentous episodes in world history, such as the great transition of Europe from religious orthodoxy to pluralism, the global struggle for human rights and democracy, and the origins of modernity. (fishpond.com.au)
  • Secondly, we explain and explore the distinction between two classic 'modes of secularism' - one seeking to exclude religious interests from public life entirely, and the other attempting to find a public 'common ground' in which they might all share. (oxfordmedicine.com)
  • You mistake secularlism for agnostacism though, plenty of religious people are secularlists since secularism is supposed to protect their religious freedom as much as the freedom not to practice a faith of athiests and agnostics. (ox.ac.uk)
  • Finally, I agree totally with Steve Cooke - secularism is a protection of the right to one's own belief, whether it be religious or not. (ox.ac.uk)
  • timely
  • In this wide-ranging and timely study Andrew Copson describes the virtues of secularism as the guarantor of equal dignity, freedom, and security for all, but also the various platforms from which it is opposed, and its fragile and increasingly beleaguered state across the world. (fishpond.com.au)
  • Simon Blackburn, author of Ethics: A Very Short Introduction and Plato's Republic: A Biography * A timely tour de force and indispensable analysis for anyone seeking to get to grips with the roots, philosophy, and current controversies surrounding secularism which are challenging our vexed world. (fishpond.com.au)
  • existence
  • In countries such as Japan and Sweden secularism enjoys a high level of existence. (thinkatheist.com)
  • http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,2-1798944,00.html ------------------- ISSN: 1522-5658 Cross-National Correlations of Quantifiable Societal Health with Popular Religiosity and Secularism in the Prosperous Democracies A First Look Gregory S. Paul Baltimore, Maryland Introduction Two centuries ago there was relatively little dispute over the existence of God, or the societally beneficial effect of popular belief in a creator. (extropy.org)
  • country
  • Arab News JEDDAH: There is no substitute for secularism, the hallmark of Indian polity, and if the country with its diverse ethnicity, religions and languages is to progress then it has to contain its extremist elements, Arab News Editor in Chief Khaled Almaeena said on Friday night. (mail-archive.com)