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The secular conscience

Austin Dacey

The secular conscience

why belief belongs in public life

by Austin Dacey

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Published by Prometheus Books in Amherst, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Secularism,
  • Religion and ethics,
  • Religion and politics

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Austin Dacey.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL2747.8 .D23 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18017287M
    ISBN 109781591026044
    LC Control Number2007051797

    The Secular Conscience: Ethics from below, by Austin Dacey, Ph.D.   Secularism: the definition of this word is as practical and urgent as income inequalities or the paths to sustainable development. In this wide-ranging analysis, Jocelyn Maclure and Charles Taylor provide a clearly reasoned, articulate account of the two main principles of secularism—equal respect, and freedom of conscience—and its two operative modes—separation of Church (or mosque or.

    Basic Books, pp., Jon A. Shields A Scandal of the Secular Conscience? Who really cares. The belief that religious conservatives are less charitable and more hard-hearted than secular liberals has seemed so obviously true as to require little empirical investigation. In fact, conservatives themselves have helped fortify this view Author: Jon A. Shields. The Secular Conscience is not an atheist book (whatever that means), and I hope it won't end up in that section, esteemed though the company would be. Still, I've been wondering what the new categories imply about the ordering of our thinking.

    Called to Rebuild the Church: A Spiritual Commentary on the General Constitutions of the Secular Franciscan Order (SFO Resource Library) by Lester Bach – “A spiritual and theological commentary on the SFO constitutions, this book explores the ways in which the constitutions support and nourish spiritual growth both for fraternities and individuals.   The Secular Conscience Austin Dacey Prometheus Books 59 John Glenn Drive, Amherst, NY , $ THE SECULAR CONSCIENCE: WHY BELIEF BELONGS IN PUBLIC LIFE comes from a philosopher who calls for a rethinking of the nature of conscience and its role in public life.


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These contests are not between people who, on the one side, are trying to impose their morality on others, and people who, on the other side, subscribe to a purely procedural and amoral rationality. The Secular Conscience was written in order to advance the fortunes of liberal secularism.

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On many questions of great public moment, most of us will disagree with Austin Dacey. On many questions of great public moment, most of. —New York Times Book Review “Could not be more timely. A treasure trove of thought-provoking reflections by one of the best minds of our time.” —Mary Ann Glendon, Harvard Law, from the foreword to the updated and expanded paperback edition of Conscience and Its Enemies.

Assaults on religious liberty and traditional morality are growing by: 5. Austin Dacey Austin Dacey is the author of The Secular Conscience: Why Belief Belongs in Public Life (Prometheus Books, ) and The Future of Blasphemy: Speaking of the Sacred in an Age of Human Rights (Continuum Books, ).

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The Secular Conscience reveals how simplistic notions of privacy, tolerance, and freedom keep dangerous ideas sheltered from public debate.

This is an extraordinarily useful and lucid book. (Sam Harris, author of New York Times bestsellers, The /5(4). Book Description. The open, secular society is in retreat. From Washington to Rome to Tehran, religion is a public matter as never before, and secular values--personal autonomy, toleration, separation of religion and state, and freedom of conscience--are attacked on all sides and defended by few.

What happens if a liberal philosopher writes a book about religion and the public life. He will speak out and argue for a rigid se. Insight Turkey. Challenging ideas.

On Turkish politics and International affairs The Secular Conscience: Why Belief Belongs in Public Life. BOOK REVIEW: Austin Dacey, THE SECULAR CONSCIENCE. Secular consciences can just as be highly fragmented and ambigious as religious ones; Its not just life affirming humanism, that the irreligious can source their moral decisions, its one of many, de sade’s amoralism, machiavellian ethics, Social darwinist, or schoepenhauer’s pessimism like the book ‘Straw Dogs’ by philosopher John Gray.

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He coins the term "secular" in his title and throughout the book to connote a conscience that is not tied down to religious belief, demanding that all beliefs should be open to critical scrutiny and held to the same standards as any other truth claim/5.

In he released The Secular Conscience: Why Belief Belongs in Public Life. Arguing for the central role of conscience in political and m "Austin Dacey is a philosopher who writes on the intersection of science, religion, and ethics/5.

The secular conscience: why belief belongs in public life Item Preview Why there are no religions of the book -- Has God found science. -- Darwin made me do it -- Original virtue -- The search for the theory of everyone -- Ethics from below -- The Umma and the community of conscience -- The future is openness Pages: Get this from a library.

The secular conscience: why belief belongs in public life. [Austin Dacey] -- "From Washington to the Vatican to Tehran, religion is a public matter as never before, and secular values - individual autonomy, pluralism, separation of religion and state, and freedom of.

Austin Dacey. Austin Dacey is an associate editor for Free Inquiry and a representative to the United Nations for the Center for Inquiry. He is the author of the book A Secular Conscience (Prometheus Books.

Austin Dacey is the author of The Secular Conscience: Why Belief Belongs in Public Life (Prometheus Books, ) and The Future of Blasphemy: Speaking of the Sacred in an Age of Human Rights (Continuum Books, ).In a world that focuses on the secular, this book is a wake up call as to far we have strayed from the path of God which prevents us from a true examination of our conscience.

I thank the author for reminding us all of the boundless mercy of God and the importance of taking advantage of this mercy before it's too late/5.