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Laicidad y secularización en México

Roberto J. Blancarte
Estudios Sociológicos
Vol. 19, No. 57 (Sep. - Dec., 2001), pp. 843-855
Published by: El Colegio de Mexico
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40420692
Page Count: 13
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Laicidad y secularización en México
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Abstract

Laicidad y secularización son dos conceptos estrechamente ligados a la realidad social y política mexicana, a pesar de lo cual han sido escasamente estudiados. El objetivo central de esta investigación es cubrir dicho vacío, tomando en cuenta el trascendente impacto social que el tema tiene. Lo anterior, en el contexto de lo que se ha dado en llamar la "recolonización religiosa de la esfera pública" y del fin, en México, de un sistema político identificado con una forma de laicidad combativa y anticlerical, lo cual ha llevado a algunos actores políticos y sociales al replanteamiento de la noción y en consecuencia a la necesidad de definirla con precisión. /// Laicization and secularization are two concepts closely linked to the social and political Mexican reality, despite of which they have been scarcely studied. The main purpose of this research is to cover such empty space, taking into account the significant social impact that this issue has. All this in the context of what has been called the "religious recolonization of the public circle" and of the end in Mexico, of a political system identified as a way of combative and anticlerical laicization, which has driven certain political and social actors to the replanning of the idea and in consequence to the necessity of defining it with precision.

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