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There are many texts and treatises in the literature of both philosophy and economics which express the apparent theme of this article. Indeed, many of the concepts discussed, including liberty, justice and rights, have been treated elsewhere. Philosophers, sociologists, theologians and...
There exists a rich sociological literature dealing with secularisation. Such nineteenthcentury sociologists as Weber and Durkheim and twentiethcentury sociologists as Greeley, Bellah, Berger and Wilson have contributed. Berger refers to secularisation as the process by which sectors of society...
The global society, today, is under serious stress. Among other things, this stress follows from a continuous breakdown of the rules of the game whereby one or two superpowers have been trying to maintain their hegemony in different parts of the world. As a result, expenditure on armaments and...
We would learn that theological cerebration that is not conscious of its social base cannot be critical of it and therefore becomes a captive of unconscious social determinants.
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