Exploring the postsecular: the religious, the political and the urban

The re-emergence of the religious in secular domains has led prominent scholars such as Jrgen Habermas and Charles Taylor to speculate about a new postsecular age. The alleged shift from the secular to the postsecular is most visible in the spheres of urban public space, governance and civil society...

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Contributors: Molendijk, Arie L. 1957- (Other) ; Beaumont, Justin 1973- (Other) ; Jedan, Christoph 1970- (Other)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: Leiden Boston Brill 2010
In:Year: 2010
Series/Journal:International studies in religion and society v. 13
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B City / Religion / Secularism
Further subjects:B Religion and sociology
B SOCIAL SCIENCE ; Sociology of Religion
B Cities and towns
B Religion
B Cities and towns Religious aspects
B Religious Aspects
B Electronic books
B Cities and towns ; Religious aspects
B Social Science
B Conference program
B Conference program 2008 (Groningen)
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Parallel Edition:Non-electronic
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Summary:The re-emergence of the religious in secular domains has led prominent scholars such as Jrgen Habermas and Charles Taylor to speculate about a new postsecular age. The alleged shift from the secular to the postsecular is most visible in the spheres of urban public space, governance and civil society. This volume addresses contemporary relations between religion, politics and urban societies primarily from a theoretical perspective, while also paying attention to empirical manifestations of the central conceptual ideas. The primary focus is the relations between public religion, deprivatization
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index. - Description based on print version record
ISBN:9004193715