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Synonyms for secularisation

the activity of changing something (art or education or society or morality etc

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transfer of property from ecclesiastical to civil possession

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In his essay, Callum Brown offers the testimony of British women about their experiences in the 1960s to expand the conclusion of his book The Death of Christian Britain: Understanding Secularisation, 1800-2000 (London: Routledge, 2001), which argued that British life retained a broadly religious foundation until women abandoned the churches in droves during that crucial decade.
13) Mon analyse serra centree sur la decomposition du clivage socio-economique dans le discours de l'EOR concernant la secularisation.
Chapter 1 examines the continental debates of feudalism and secularisation in order to establish why, and how, they became temporal power categories.
The political changes in the Iberian Peninsula during the early nineteenth century also contributed to the confusion and controversy over the secularisation issue.
Secularisation was the process of separating every aspect of life and thought from religion, leaving a much more spiritualised and intellectualised faith behind.
The Passing of Protestant England: Secularisation and Social Change, c.
Islamabad, Aug 7 (ANI): The Punjab government in Pakistan is apparently thinking in the same line of author Humaira Iqtidar, who believes that militant outfits like Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) and Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) could in fact contribute to the process of secularisation of the society.
The death of Christian Britain; understanding secularisation, 1800-2000, 2d ed.
Speaking in Westminster Abbey, Dr Rowan Williams said: "A number of scientists and quite a large number of non-scientists regard science itself as an agent of wholesale secularisation.
In 1965 he published an essay entitled "Towards Eliminating the Concept of Secularisation.
The impact of post-Renaissance secularisation of the Western world has generally been benign.
Yet, despite decades of the systematic secularisation of every aspect of British society, when the news finally came, English newspapers appeared genuinely shocked.