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HNR 262 - Alliance and Conflict: World Construction in Religion and Society

Beginning with Max Weber's secularization thesis, this course investigates the phenomenon of secularism as a response to modern forms of monotheistic religion within the Western world. It also addresses the conflict between secular-leaning cultures (such as France) and immigrating individuals of nonsecular cultures (such as Muslim immigrants to France). Fulfills one of the Foundations - Social and Behavioral Sciences. Fulfills one of the Issues requirements. Offered winter semester. Prerequisite: HNR 260. Corequisite: HNR 261.

Credits: 3

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