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The myth of secular tolerance
John Coffey, September 2003 No comments
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The resurgence of religious violence at the start of the twenty-first century has reinforced the myth of secular tolerance the notion that whereas religious believers are instinctively intolerant, tolerance comes naturally to the secular mind. This paper challenges the myth.
Category: Cambridge Papers
Keywords: Sex & Families
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