Similar words: secularization, secular, molecular, molecular genetics, speculate, jocular, speculator, speculation. Meaning: ['sekjələrɪzm /-kjʊl-] n. a doctrine that rejects religion and religious considerations.
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1. I think the idea of secularism is a very sound one.
2. There is also the continuing challenge of secularism.
3. On a wider front secularism has affected our lives in a variety of ways.
4. In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, enlightened despotism, secularism, nationalism and liberalism had all fanned the flames.
5. Out goes secularism and economic reform; in comes Hindu nationalism.
6. They are no longer a huge threat to secularism.
7. His book is not exactly a history of secularism; he is a philosopher, not a historian.
8. France's strict secularism, entrenched by law since 1905, keeps religion firmly out of the state sphere.
9. Baathist secularism promoted such modernising trends as inter - faith marriage and scientific education.
10. The boom of secularism stems from the secularization of divinity, the enlightenment of market consciousness and the inchoation of commercial spirit.
11. That the arch-prophet of this smiley-faced secularism, the Marquis de Condorcet, perished while imprisoned by French Revolutionary authorities should have told us something.
12. Capitalism, democracy, individualism, gender equality, and secularism are Western notions that have been adopted in Asia.
13. Unless are devoted to God, secularism shall not leave us.
14. The rise of secularism and the decline of Christian nominalism has caused a generation of young people to rise to find something they can pin their lives on –they have looked to the Calvinists.
15. We have welcomed religious secularism and the stripping of many of the king's powers.
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16. Whether this secularism has much to offer the millions of women who are, by socialisation or choice, religious, is a prescient issue that is being raised especially by postcolonial critics.
17. It is interesting to note that there appears to be great resistance to acknowledging the full impact of secularism on schools.
18. The hierarchy feared the move as the thin end of the wedge of secularism and the totalitarian state.
19. The unavoidable fact of the matter is that both religion and secularism are stances.
20. The founding principles of this Nehruvian nation-building were state socialism, secularism and non-alignment.
21. The nature of assumptions Two preliminary points need to be made before setting out the argument against secularism.
22. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich telling graduates to carry on Falwell's spirit by confronting radical secularism.
23. Other terrorists attack the Indian state at its strongpoints - its secularism, its inclusiveness and its democracy.
24. If this happens, it will represent a counterpunch to French secularism.
25. But he picks apart some crude versions of post - Enlightenment secularism.
26. Over the past century - despite the march of secularism - the Vatican's role in world affairs has expanded.
27. Amateurism is a brand new perspective and an effective mode to represent intellectuals. Literary criticism should be rooted in secularism.
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