Pendant la premiere partie des annees 1990, la secularisation
n'a qu'une position marginale par comparaison au << proselytisme des sectes >> et aux relations tendues/incertaines avec l'Eglise Roumaine Unie (Greco Catholique).
More than defending secular institutions, we need as well to be able to defend, at a global level, secularisation
itself, showing that it is in fact secularisation
with its emphasis on choice that has allowed religious freedom, maybe even the current resurgence of religion.
Pakistani academic and author of the forthcoming Secularising Islamists, Iqtidar, may view the process as perhaps contributing to the process of secularisation
of the state and society.
In 1965 he published an essay entitled "Towards Eliminating the Concept of Secularisation
The impact of post-Renaissance secularisation
of the Western world has generally been benign.
Yet, despite decades of the systematic secularisation
of every aspect of British society, when the news finally came, English newspapers appeared genuinely shocked.
In a wide-ranging interview with German television yesterday, the Pontiff spoke of Europe's role in Christianity, secularisation
in the Western world as well as the growing importance of churches in Africa and Latin America.
Lawrence's religion; Wordsworth's influence; the roles of Maistre and Shelley; Carlyle's religion; the influen ce of female piety on art; 'women's theology and the periodical press in Britain; Florence Nightingale's 'feminist theology'; the influence of Elizabeth Gaskell, of science and secularisation
, of Philip Gosse; and, finally, the 'war' between science and religion.
The results of that study are due to be released any day now, and it is widely expected that the report will recommend a total secularisation
of the school system.
According to Hartoonian: 'Semper thus anticipates the predicament of logocentrism and opens a "spatiality" through which architecture could be loosed from the ground of historicism to become subject to the dynamics of secularisation