Translation for 'secularism' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   secularism | -
secularism {noun}
секуларизъм {м}
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Translation for 'secularism' from English to Bulgarian

secularism {noun}
секуларизъм {м}пол.религ.
Usage Examples English
  • Jewish secularism refers to secularism in a Jewish context, denoting the definition of Jewish identity with little or no attention given to its religious aspects.
  • In 2013, Göknar published a work of literary and cultural criticism entitled "Orhan Pamuk, Secularism and Blasphemy: The Politics of the Turkish Novel" (Routledge), which argues that productive tension between literary tropes of "din" (Turkish Islam) and "devlet" (state secularism) informs Pamuk's work and marks its currency as world literature.
  • Secularism as practiced in India, with its marked differences with Western practice of secularism, is a controversial topic in India.
  • According to secularism, religion is part of one's private life and thus the state has no say in religious matters. Secularism is the separation of religion and state.
  • He was president of the Religions-secularism-citizenship Association (ARELC) created in January 1998, dissolved on 9 January 2010.

  • "Questioning French Secularism: Gender Politics and Islam in a Parisian Suburb" is a 2012 book by Jennifer Selby, in which the author examines how contemporary secularism in France is positioned as a guarantor of women’s rights.
  • He was first to voice for secularism in the government then formed by Krishna Prasad Bhattarai, he wanted to include secularism in the constitution of 2047 BS.
  • The president of the "Mouvement laïque québécois", Lucie Jobin, wrote that she "is delighted that secularism is registered on it - it is a public value of social cohesion - but we express many reservations.
  • An event entitled "Secularism is our right: Freedom is our culture" by Maryam Namazie, a campaigner for secularism and the de-religionisation of society, was sponsored by the Humanist Society Scotland.
  • Benson has also criticised a failure to examine the meaning of "secularism" in the works of most commentators on the "secular" and "secularism" itself, including the work of Charles Taylor.

  • The restrictions on freedom of religion are an important reflection of Singapore's secularism.
  • Copson has contributed to several books on secularism and humanism and is the author of "Secularism: Politics, Religion, and Freedom".
  • The articles dealt with the kulturkampf between Orthodoxy and secularism in Israel; secularity as a worldview and a way of life; and the intersection of secularism and feminism, jurisprudence, and ethics.
  • Postsecularism refers to a range of theories regarding the persistence or resurgence of religious beliefs or practices in the present.
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