Category:Secularism in Germany

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Articles relating to secularism in Germany, the principle seeking to conduct human affairs based on secular, naturalistic considerations. It is most commonly defined as the separation of religion from civic affairs and the state, and may be broadened to a similar position concerning the need to suppress religion in any public sphere.[1] The term has a broad range of meanings, and in the most schematic, may encapsulate any stance that promotes the secular in any given context.[2][3] It may connote anticlericalism, atheism, naturalism, or removal of religious symbols from public institutions.[4]

  1. ^ Luke W. Galen. The Nonreligious: Understanding Secular People and Societies. Oxford University Press, 2016. p. 22-23
  2. ^ Stephen Bullivant; Lois Lee, eds. (2016). "Secularism". A Dictionary of Atheism. Oxford University Press.
  3. ^ John R. Shook, The Oxford Handbook of Secularism. Oxford University Press, 2017. p. 10
  4. ^ Nader Hashemi (2009). "Secularism". In John L. Esposito (ed.). The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780195305135.


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