A Keep Down Upon Secularism and Ethnology

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Journal Title: Commonwealth Law Review Journal
Author(s): Ajitha Nair L
Published On: 07/06/2022
Volume: 8
First Page: 214
Last Page: 220
ISSN: 2581-3382
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher

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Ajitha Nair L, A Keep Down Upon Secularism and Ethnology, Volume 8, Commonwealth Law Review Journal, 214-220, Published on 07/06/2022, Available at https://clrj.thelawbrigade.com/article/a-keep-down-upon-secularism-and-ethnology/


Think of modern instruction in anthropology as a bustling procession of thought across the vast desert of modern wisdom. It often traces traits marked by rationality, science, intellect, and reasoning under the bright sky of worldly principles that have chosen ways in which anthropology may, should, or should continue, and warn of transit ways to be avoided. However, as with the wandering desert trails, it would be a mistake to think that these processes alone have paved the way for anthropology. And so it is with the exception, those discarded deviations that may interfere with profitable living and ‘religious wandering’, those methods of inquiry that are unacceptable or at least a questionable abode within the national cause. Not all anthropologists have strongly criticized the notion of resistance. However, they unanimously agreed to refute the universal claims of the universal secularization theory. The involvement of anthropology on the subject of secularism is more recent than sociology and is described as less common degrees. It first appeared in the 1990’s with two key ideas – and a subsequent re-examination of the historical trace of secularism as a democratically bound project of capitalist liberation in Western Europe. Countries-national throughout the modern era, as well as ethnographic studies intolerance as a living cultural reality.

Keywords: Culture, Hinduism, Continentalism, Morality, Religion, Secularism.

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