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Aristotle’s Views on Religion and his Idea of Secularism (2015)

Author: A. Makolkin

Email: anna.makolkin@utoronto.ca

Affiliation: University of Toronto, Canada

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Katedra filosofie
Vysoká Škola ekonomická v Praze
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130 67 Praha 3
Czech Republic

Article type: Standard scientific article

Section: History of Philosophy

Language: language

Abstract (english):

The purpose of this article to tackle the current real danger of cultural vandalism, posed by radical Islam and the overall resurgence of the Religious in the modern notionally secular societies. The method of analysis used is Aristotle’s semiotic theory, his classification of signs (false, belief-causing and knowledge-producing ones), and his idea of secularism as a prerequisite of civilized society.

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