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Multiple Secularities Beyond the West

Religion and Modernity in the Global Age

Author: Marian Burchardt

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

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Questions of secularity and modernity have become globalized, but most studies still focus on the West. This volume breaks new ground by comparatively exploring developments in five areas of the world, some of which were hitherto situated at the margins of international scholarly discussions: Africa, the Arab World, East Asia, South Asia, and Central and Eastern Europe. It examines the historical pathways, cultural meanings, and global entanglements of secular formations.

Research Programme of the HCAS 'Multiple Secularities - Beyond the West, Beyond Modernities'

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Working Paper Series of the HCAS "Multiple Secularities - Beyond the West, Beyond Modernities".

Author: Kolleg-Forschergruppe Multiple Secularities - Beyond the West, Beyond Modernities

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Preliminary Findings and Outlook of the CASHSS “Multiple Secularities - Beyond the West, Beyond Modernities”

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Multiple Secularities Beyond the West

Religion and Modernity in the Global Age

Author: Marian Burchardt

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG

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Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Questions of secularity and modernity have become globalized, but most studies still focus on the West. This volume breaks new ground by comparatively exploring developments in five areas of the world, some of which were hitherto situated at the margins of international scholarly discussions: Africa, the Arab World, East Asia, South Asia, and Central and Eastern Europe. In theoretical terms, the book examines three key dimensions of modern secularity: historical pathways, cultural meanings, and global entanglements of secular formations. The contributions show how differences in these dimensions are linked to specific histories of religious and ethnic diversity, processes of state-formation and nation-building. They also reveal how secularities are critically shaped through civilizational encounters, processes of globalization, colonial conquest, and missionary movements, and how entanglements between different territorially grounded notions of secularity or between local cultures and transnational secular arenas unfold over time.

Revisiting the Secular

Multiple Secularities and Pathways to Modernity

Author: Monika Wohlrab-Sahr

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How (Not) to Take ‘Secularity’ Beyond the Modern West

Reflections from Islamic Sociology

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Secularism and Its Enemies

Author: ʿAzīz al- ʿAẓma

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On Subjectivity and Secularity in Axial Age China

Author: Heiner Roetz

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Modes of Religionization

A Constructivist Approach to Secularity

Author: Markus Dreßler

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Kurdish Alevism

Creating New Ways of Practicing the Religion

Author: Ahmet Kerim Gültekin

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Drawing Lines in a Mandala

A Sketch of Boundaries Between Religion and Politics in Bhutan

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A Secular Age beyond the West

Religion, Law and the State in Asia, the Middle East and North Africa

Author: Mirjam Künkler

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This book traces religion and secularity in eleven countries not shaped by Western Christianity (Japan, China, Indonesia, India, Pakistan, Iran, Russia, Turkey, Israel, Egypt, and Morocco), and how they parallel or diverge from Charles Taylor's grand narrative of the North Atlantic world, A Secular Age (2007). In all eleven cases, the state - enhanced by post-colonial and post-imperial legacies - highly determines religious experience, by variably regulating religious belief, practice, property, education and/or law. Taylor's core condition of secularity - namely, legal permissibility and social acceptance of open religious unbelief (Secularity III) - is largely absent in these societies. The areas affected by state regulation, however, differ greatly. In India, Israel and most Muslim countries, questions of religious law are central to state regulation. But it is religious education and organization in China, and church property and public practice in Russia that bear the brunt. This book explains these differences using the concept of 'differential burdening'.

Mistaken Anti-modernity

Fardid After Fardid

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Pathways, Contingencies, and the Secular in Iran’s First Revolution

Author: Nader Sohrabi

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The Secular Ground Bass of Pre-modern Japan Reconsidered

Reflections Upon the Buddhist Trajectories Towards Secularity

Author: Christoph Kleine

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Religion-based 'Personal' Law, Legal Pluralism and Secularity

A Field View of Adjudication of Muslim Personal Law in India

Author: Suchandra Gosh

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Shifting Modes of Piety in Early Modern Iran and the Persephone Zone

Author: Neguin Yavari

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Indonesian Secularities

On the Influence of the State-Islam Relationship on Legal and Political Developments

Author: Muchamad Ali Safa'at

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Tea for Interreligious Harmony?

Cause Marketing as a New Field of Experimentation with Visual Secularity in India

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