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    Secularism is a belief that education or morality shouldn’t be based upon religion. It is developed as an attitude in a person who simply looks at a Christian, Jewish or Muslim as a man/women. A secular person doesn’t owe his moral values to any religion. He follows the lead of humanism which is a form of religion for that particular secular person. Believe it or not, but we all believe in secularism in some sort of way apart from people who are blindfolded and believe in superstition in many countries

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    Secularism The world today is filled with a variety of religions. Different religions cause conflict because of the dissimilar beliefs as with secularism. Secularism is the indifference to or rejection or exclusion of religion and religious considerations according to the dictionary. The religious civilization acknowledges secularism as any movement in society directed away from the otherworldliness to life on earth. No matter which way it is defined the main point is that God is excluded from all

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    Indian secularism occurred as a nexus of community, caste, nationalism and communalism, liberalism and democracy. It doesn’t have a universal meaning. Secularism could not be thought as western concept of separation of state from religion, like in the case of church. But in a diverse religious and tradition as our nation, this never could have been possible. Here religion is a way of life, a code of conduct, a social identity and even linked to their individuality. The co-existence of different religious

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    SECULARIM Secularism is a most important issue for all state. The rise of a secular age increased with material world. Secularism can be defined as ‘the idea that as modernity, democracy, have advanced, concern with God. ’. Secularism is basic unit of seperation of goverment institutions from religious institutions and religious restriction. Secularism may reveal the right to free movement from religious rule, and my provide neutral belief to people. Secularism consist in Greek ,and roman philosopher

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    of the argument, fully secular or fully religious, but blended to compliment both sides. The United States is a secular nation because of the separation between church and state in public institutions. According to the National Secular Society, secularism is a principle that involves two basic propositions. The first is the strict separation of the state from religious institutions. The second is that people of different religions and beliefs are equal before the law. This means that in religious

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    The term "secularism" was first used by the British writer George Jacob Holyoake in 1851. Although the term was new, the general notions of free thought on which it was based had existed throughout history. Holyoake invented the term "secularism" to describe his views of promoting a social order separate from religion, without actively dismissing or criticizing religious belief. As an agnostic himself, Holyoake argued that "Secularism is not an argument against Christianity; it is one independent

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    In India, Secularism or the liberal tag is a much-maligned concept today. Rather than the lofty ethos that word should represent, ideas that come to our mind are the negative ideas of polarization, appeasement etc. Secularism and liberalism are no longer fashionable not because of any defect in their lofty meanings, but because of the ludicrous, boorish behavior of those who claim to be "liberal -secular intellectuals". Actually, respect for customs and beliefs of others, not just mere tolerance

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    The Kemalist understanding of the secular and secularism which has characterised the institutional and legal framework of Turkish society since the foundation of the Republic is tightly linked to the concept of modernity. A legacy of the Enlightenment, modernisation theses hold that as reason supplants superstition, religion's influence on society will recede. If Kant held thatt “the spread of knowledge and reason would mean […] “holding religion within the bounds of reason”” (Benhabib, 2010:452)

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    Articles are published in the print media and on-line. The clergy, religious scholars, human rights activists, and politicians are involved in the disputes. Anyway, opinions about secularism of the state depend on the views of the disputants, and their attitudes to religions. The starting points for such disputes are secularism of modern Russia that is fixed by the Constitution, fears of the atheistic past, and the desire of religious associations to find their place in the social and political system

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    though, Al-Farabi doesn’t specifically address the tension between Islam and the west his theories are compatible with several of their secular ideals; many of which coincide with the Greek philosopher, Plato. On the other hand, Qutb who the west and secularism as an enemy of Islam and is strongly opposed to with western values and ideals, which he characterizes as Jahiliyyah. Gole though is an intermediary between the two in the sense that she doesn’t take obvious sides in the “Forbidden Modern”. More

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