Secular common sense

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Penguin Books, 2001 - Religion - 136 pages
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Interrogating India Is A New Series That Looks Critically At The Common Sense Prevailing On Some Of The Most Pressing Issues Of Our Times. Passionate, Accessible And Opinionated, These Reflections From Some Of India S Best Minds Will Help To Make Better Sense Of The Public Debate On These Issues While, Hopefully, Provoking Us To Respond To The Challenges They Present. In This Essay, Mukul Kesavan Argues That Secularism Is And Always Has Been The Political Common Sense Of The Republic. The Other Titles In The Series Are:

Roots Of Terrorism By Kanti Bajpai (Publishing Date: October 2002)
Language As An Ethic By Vijay Nambisan (Publishing Date: August 2003)
The Burden Of Democracy By Pratap Bhanu Mehta (Publishing Date: August 2003)

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