These two modes of interrelating the mystical and the political--the love of God and engagement with and for our neighbour--are interpreted as the two fundamental forms of relationship to secularity
, and the striving for holiness, in our own time.
Embodying the longing--and the partial failure-to glimpse that which lies beyond the self, Orientalism here serves a form of secularity
that cultivates wonder.
But no--Cummings is generally emphatic that the new mortality should be read as qualifying Renaissance religious experience rather than as looking toward secularity
Then, drawing on Asad and Foucault, he notes the limited perspective such secularity
But when she shows that language hides a mystery in these novels, she fails to persuade that such mystery must necessarily be meaninglessness, or that it has been peculiarly occasioned by secularity
, pluralism, or postmodernity.
At the debate organized by movement "Pyka" that discussed whether the country's secularity
is endangered, VMRO-DPMNE MP Aleksandar Spasenovski explained that the separation of the religion from the state is respected in Macedonia.
Today, nonreligious students are increasingly seeing their personal secularity
as a key aspect of their character and their approach to life, an identity that immediately conveys much about what they accept and reject.
In order for us to evaluate Taylor's ideas about "religion," and the place of ritual and codes in religious life, he would have to engage work in theology and religious studies that have dealt with questions about secularity
for a long time.
The Post Vatican II Church has often sought to clarify that the secularity
and religious neutrality of the state does not mean moral neutrality.
Shannon Sullivan, in "The Secularity
of Philosophy: Race, Religion and the Silence of Exclusion," asserts that philosophy's silence on the importance of religion in the lives of people of color makes for "'the silence of exclusion," one of "the racialized effects of secularity
In turn, journalist Hala al-Hilu said that the new law should protect journalists from prosecution and provide freedom of criticism, while journalist Boutros al-Sheni said that it should compel establishments to share responsibility with journalists, hoping that it will serve the state's secularity
and have purely nationalistic directives.
As it was a presumption of modernism that religion and modern secularity
were mutually exclusive, the re-exploration of religious themes typical of post-modernity has led to what is still a contested and problematic relationship between the spiritual and the arts.