Entre revendication de sécularisme et " théorème de sécularisation " : le statut de la modernité philosophique

Abstract : If the term of secularism is often used to mean something like an "outcome of religion", the term "secularisation" is more ambiguous, and, in its modern usage, describes a breaking out from the religious into the secular as well as the inhibited permanency of the religious in our allegedly secular societies. I will here relate some of the most important stages of the "quarrel" (Jean-Claude Monod) of secularisation, from Carl Schmitt to Hans Blumenberg, by way of Erik Peterson and Karl Löwith in particular. The issue that I wish to examine, through this historical development, is that of an assumed perennity? (which does not accordingly represent an auto-mystification) of the religious in our contemporary secular societies.
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Thierry Gontier. Entre revendication de sécularisme et " théorème de sécularisation " : le statut de la modernité philosophique. Éthique, politique, religions, Classiques Garnier, 2002, pp.65-86. ⟨hal-00874810⟩

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