Religious America, Secular Europe?: A Theme and Variation
The theme of Eurosecularity is announced in an opening essay which introduces a comparison with the United States. The variations which follow each take a particular line of argument: contrasting histories, different intellectual traditions, institutional carriers and social differences.
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Different Intellectual Traditions
Religion and Social Difference
So What? Policy Implications
Overige edities - Alles weergeven
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