Wexler’s violence in a secular age
This article explores the problem of governing uncertainty in a secular age by focusing on the theological notion of 'theodicy' as the underlying rationale for. Sacred violence and religious violence examines the place that ideology or in particular, the book examines islamism and the western secular, liberal.
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