RELIGIOUS MATRICES – RELIGION, SECULARISM AND POST-SECULARISM IN A POST-CHRISTIAN POLIS

Authors

  • Aleksandar Đakovac Православни богословски факултет Београд

Keywords:

culture, Christianity, secularism, post-secularism, religious matrices

Abstract

Habermas’ thesis on post-secularism was born out of the partial failure of success of the western democratic societies to implement secular values. The main question is – is that failure result of the fact that secularism in fact works in old religious matrices? The characteristic of these matrices is that they’re basically totalitarian, so that they necessarily spark reactions of resistance. On the other hand, the secular religious matrices have other religious matrices as enemies, which potentially generates conflict. Postsecularism has the goal to alleviate the totalitarian character of the secular doctrine, while it still insists on “translating” the religious discourse into its own. This is progress, but it’s not big enough, since tolerance cannot really be based upon the acceptance of an ideological key.

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

References

Benvenist, Emil (2002): Rečnik indoevropskih institucija, Izdavačka knjižarnica Zorana Stojanovića, Novi Sad.

Brilijantov, I. Aleksandar (2013): „Imperator Konstantin Veliki i Milanski edikt iz 313. godine“, u Sveti Car Konstantin i Milanski edikt 313. godine (ur. R. Mladenović), Kraljevo, 7-183.

Bulgakov, Sergej (1991): Pravoslavlje. Ogledi o učenju Pravoslavne Crkve, Mediteran, Beograd.

Bumis, J. Panajotis (2011): Kanonsko pravo, Sarajevo-Beograd.

Đakovac, Aleksandar (2015): „Crkva u savremenom sekularnom srpskom društvu“, Teološki pogledi 1, 91-104.

Đurović, Zoran (2013): „Mito Svetog Kirila Aleksandrijskog“, Teološki pogledi 2, 395-405.

Žunjić, Slobodan (2016): Bog filozofa u antici, Otačnik – Bernar, Beograd.

Jevtić, Miroljub (1994): “Sekularizam kao pretpostavka moderne demokratije” u Povratak svetog, (ur. Dragoljub Đorđević), Niš, 180-187.

Kjusopulu, Tonja (2014): Car i upravitelj, Clio, Beograd,

Lubardić, Bogdan (2011): „Justin Popović u Oksfordu: između romantizovanih činjenica i činjenice romantizma“, Srpska teologija u dvadesetom veku: istraživački problemi i rezultati, 10, 2011, 75-197.

Rober, Žan-Noel (2009): Stari Rim, Clio, Beograd.

Vatnou, Robert (1994): „Nauka i sveto“, u Povratak svetog, (ur. Dragoljub Đorđević), Niš, 157-166.

Agamben, Đorđo (2010): Pofanacije, Beograd.

An-Na`im, Abdullahi Ahmed (2008): Islam and the Secular State: Negotiating the Future of Shari`a, Harvard University Press.

Arent, Hana (1998): Izvori totalitarizma, Feministička izdavačka kuća, Beograd.

Barclay, M. G. John (2006): Flavius Josephus: Against Apion: Translation and Commentary, Brill.

Chambers, Paul (2005): Religion, Secularization and Social Change: Congregational Studies in a Post-Christian Societ, University of Wales Press.

Dagron, Gilbert (2007): Emperor and Priest: The Imperial Office in Byzantium, Cambridge University Pres.

Djakovac, Aleksandar (2015): “Eschatological Realism: A Christian View on Culture, Religion and Violence”, Philotheos 15, 220-231.

Eliot, S. Thomas (1949): Christianity and Culture: The Idea of a Christian Society and Notes towards the Definition of Culture, Harcourt, Bracek.

Engineer, Asghar Ali (2006): „Islam and Secularism“, The Blackwell Companion to Contemporary Islamic Thought (ur. Ibrahim M. Abu-Rabi), Blackwell Publishing, 338- 344.

Fortin, L. Ernest (2006): “Sv. Augustin”, Povijest političke filozofije (ur. L. Strauss, J. Cropsey), Golden marketing: tehnička knjiga, Zagreb, 103-118.

Habermas, Jürgen (2008): „Secularism's Crisis of Faith: Notes on Post-Secular Society“, New perspectives quarterly 25, 17-29.

Habermas, Jürgen (2010): An Awareness of What is Missing: Faith and Reason in a Post-secular Age, Polity.

Humphries, Mark (2007): “From emperor to pope? Ceremonial, space, and authority at Rome from Constantine to Gregory the Great”, u Religion, Dynasty, and Patronage in Early Christian Rome 300- 900 (eds. K. Cooper, J. Hillner), Cambridge, 21-58.

Kantorovic, Ernst (2012): Dva kraljeva tela, Fedon, Beograd 2012.

Kucukcan, Özlem Uluҫ (2015): „Religion and Post-Secularity: New Perspectives on the Public Sphere”, Global Secularisms in a Post-Secular Age, (eds. Stacey Gutkowski, Lois Lee, Johannes Quack), De Gruyter, 71-89.

Kopić, Mario (2007): Izazovi post-metafizike, Izdavačka knjižarnica Zorana Stojanovića, Sremski Karlovci – Novi Sad.

Lavi, Shai (2014): “Human Rights and Secularism: Arendt, Asad, and Milbank as Critics of the Secular Foundations of Human Rights”, Mapping the Legal Boundaries of Belonging: Religion and Multiculturalism from Israel to Canada (ed. Rene Provost), Oxford University Press, 56-78.

Leshem, Dotan (2016): The Origins of Neoliberalism: Modeling the Economy From Jesus to Foucault, Columbia University Press.

Matos, Bruno (2016): „Postsekularizam: modeli interakcije religioznog i sekularnog poimanja racionalnosti“, Nova prisutnost 14/2, 203-218.

Metz, Johann Baptist (2004): Politička teologija, Kršćanska sadašnjost, Zagreb.

Milbank, John (2014): Beyond Secular Order: The Representation of Being and the Representation of the People, Wiley-Blackwell.

Nussbaum, C. Martha (2013): The New Religious Intolerance: Overcoming the Politics of Fear in an Anxious Age, Harvard University Press.

Turner, S. Bryan (2012): „Post-Secular Society: Consumerism and the Democratization of Religion“, u: The Post-Secular in Question: religion in contemporary society, (eds. P. Gorski, D. Kyuman, J. Torpey), Social Science Research Council, 135-158.

Downloads

Published

2017-06-30

How to Cite

Đakovac, A. . (2017). RELIGIOUS MATRICES – RELIGION, SECULARISM AND POST-SECULARISM IN A POST-CHRISTIAN POLIS. KULTURA POLISA, 14(33), 75–86. Retrieved from https://kpolisa.com/index.php/kp/article/view/704

Issue

Section

Monographic study

Metrics