Religion, Secularization and Modernity

Philosophy 67 (260):183 - 197 (1992)

Gordon Graham
Durham University
The ideas of modernity and post-modernity have recently come to figure prominently in social thought. Their importance for social thought about religion, however, has not generally been explored. Yet recent concern with modernity and its aftermath is closely related to the widespread interest that used to be taken in secularization. Indeed, I hope to show that some of the basic questions at issue are much the same
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