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Editorial


To assert the secularism of the State is, if we are speaking at least seriously if not “scientifically”, like saying trees are made of wood. In fact, over and above all, the idea of secularism is inherent in the very concept of Statehood, in its historic provenance, i.e. in its radical distinction not only from the classic polis, but also from the civitas latina and the medieval Christian res publica.

To assert the secularism of the State is, if we are speaking at least seriously if not “scientifically”, like saying trees are made of wood. In fact, over and above all, the idea of secularism is inherent in the very concept of Statehood, in its historic provenance, i.e. in its radical distinction not only from the classic polis, but also from the civitas latina and the medieval Christian res publica.

 

 

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