Beyond Religious Right and Secular Left Rhetoric (inbunden)
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Beyond Religious Right and Secular Left Rhetoric (inbunden)

Beyond Religious Right and Secular Left Rhetoric

The Road to Compromise

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This book covers arguments made by various sides of the political-religious divide from the past 30 years, showing what the actual differences are between these groups. By stressing the typically ignored similarities, the book better informs partisans and the public to move debate forward.
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Karin Fry is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, USA. She is the author of Arendt: A Guide for the Perplexed (2009). Her research interests include continental philosophy, social and political philosophy, and public philosophy.


Introduction 1. Christian Conservatives and the War against Secular Humanism 2. The Secular Left: 'Reason,' Religion, and the Threat of Theocracy 3. The Common Origins of the Right and the Left on Church and State