The Case for Secularism: A neutral state in an open society

The Case for Secularism A neutral state in an open society The Case for Secularism argues for the secular approach in ways intended to appeal both to humanists and to religious believers It is edited by Professor Richard Norman emeritus professor of moral ph

  • Title: The Case for Secularism: A neutral state in an open society
  • Author: Julian Baggini Simon Blackburn Steve Burwood Peter Cave Michael Clark Andrew Copson Simon Glendinning Alan Haworth
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  • Page: 123
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Case for Secularism argues for the secular approach in ways intended to appeal both to humanists and to religious believers It is edited by Professor Richard Norman, emeritus professor of moral philosophy at the University of Kent.

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      Published :2019-02-14T17:22:25+00:00

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