Religion and the Demise of Liberal Rationalism: The Foundational Crisis of the Separation of Church and State

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If liberalism is premised on inclusion, pluralism, and religious neutrality, can the separation of church and state be said to have a unitary and rational foundation? If we accept that there are no self-evident principles of morality or politics, then doesn't any belief in a rational society become a sort of faith? And how can liberalism mediate ...

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