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Liberal fundamentalism: a contemporary paradox

Fundamentalism is defined in two ways. “A form of a religion, especially Islam or Protestant Christianity, that upholds belief in the strict, literal interpretation of scripture” (Oxford Dictionary) or as the “strict adherence to the basic principles of any subject or discipline” … Continue reading

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The Romanian Separation of Church from Religion

First of all, if you keep on with this website, you will know that I have argued how sociologists should rather ‘report’ the reality rather than recycle the old books without bringing the new, the actual times we live in to … Continue reading

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Religion does play an important role in cultural transition, focused on UK

Society is shaped by religion among just other few things, therefore a definition of what this is talking about seems required: [religion is a set of] “beliefs, actions, and institutions predicated on the existence of entities with powers of agency … Continue reading

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