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The meaning of secular neutrality

The “neutrality” of a secular society is of a very limited and specific sort, and that is precisely its strength. Being clear about the nature and limits of this impartiality is essential if we are to make the case that political secularism isn’t just a vehicle for ever more social secularisation.

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