2024
DOI: 10.1111/rec3.12485
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Secularization, secularism and laicidade in Brazil: Rethinking global theoretical assumptions

Eduardo Dullo

Abstract: Current studies on religion in Brazil are marked by the dispute over secularism and the boundaries between the religious and the political. This paper shows how the literature on secularization and laicidade followed the social relevance of religions to adjust the focus on the subjects under research to the point that throughout the 20th century, studies were mainly dedicated to analyzing the position of the Catholic Church vis‐à‐vis the national secular state; the growth of the Pentecostals since the mid‐1990… Show more

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