This quantity brings jointly essays through such eminent students like Shmuel N. Eisenstadt, Mary Douglas, Thomas Luckmann, Reinhart Koselleck, and Jan Assmann related to politics and faith. the connection among spiritual and cultural visions at the one hand and socio-political constructions at the different turns into elaborated from a large old and culturalist standpoint. those bills are flanked through contributions of a more youthful new release of students that concentrate on new points of secularisation.
The publication goals at reviving the interdisciplinary discourse on an issue which appears an important to the query of destiny harmony among diverse cultures and religions in a globalising international.
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