General Theory of Secularization (Modern Revivals in Sociology)
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Published by Ashgate Publishing .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Sociology of Religion,
  • Anthropology,
  • Humanist & secular alternatives to religion,
  • Philosophy of religion,
  • Sociology

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages368
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9349237M
ISBN 100751201944
ISBN 109780751201949

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A General Theory Of Secularization book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5(4). 'Secularization' has been hotly debated since it was first subjected to critical attention in the mid-sixties by David Martin, before he sketched a 'General Theory' in 'On Secularization' presents David Martin's reassessment of the key issues: with particular regard to the special situation of religion in Western Europe, and questions in /5.   Book Description 'Secularization' has been hotly debated since it was first subjected to critical attention in the mid-sixties by David Martin, before he sketched a 'General Theory' in 'On Secularization' presents David Martin's reassessment of the key issues: with particular regard to the special situation of religion in Western Europe. 'Secularization' has been hotly debated since it was first subjected to critical attention in the mid-sixties by David Martin, before he sketched a 'General Theory' in 'On Secularization' presents David Martin's reassessment of the key issues: with particular regard to the special situation of religion in Western Europe, and questions in the global context including Pentecostalism in 5/5(1).

  'Secularization' has been hotly debated since it was first subjected to critical attention in the mid-sixties by David Martin, before he sketched a 'General Theory' in 'On Secularization' presents David Martin's reassessment of the key issues: with particular regard to the special situation of religion in Western Europe, and questions in the global context including Pentecostalism in. This early work was extended and published in book form as A General Theory of Secularisation (), a landmark text in the history of secularization studies. He has continued to contribute to the conversation about secularization and the resilience of religion to the present. with his General Theory of Secularization. Martin focuses on the distinctions within Europe in terms of the pace and nature of secularization across different cultural.   In , he wrote an essay criticizing secularization theory, and then in the late ’s, he wrote the famous book called A General Theory of Secularization. He didn’t completely throw it overboard, but he tried to refine it, and his point was just what you said.

On Secularization: Towards a revised general theory. by. 02 November iStock. In his subsequent research, which the collected articles in his new book now review, he has developed insights from this original article in two distinct directions. The first direction has been to develop what he terms "a general theory of secularisation.   'Secularization' has been hotly debated since it was first subjected to critical attention in the mid-sixties by David Martin, before he sketched a 'General Theory' in 'On Secularization' presents David Martin's reassessment of the key issues: with particular regard to the special situation of religion in Western Europe, and questions in. "Inscribing The General Theory Of Secularization And Its Basic Patterns In The Architectural Space/Time Of The City: From Presecular To Postsecular?" published on 01 Jan by Brill.   David Martin is Emeritus Professor of Sociology at London School of Economics and is Honorary Professor at Lancaster University, UK. He is author of more than twenty books, of which a key one was A General Theory of Secularization (), a foundational text, which shifted the debate towards the historical variability of secularization. show more.