The Conflict Between Secular and Religious Narratives in the United States Hardback

Wittgenstein, Social Construction, and Communication

by John Sumser;


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The Conflict Between Secular and Religious Narratives in the United States

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The Conflict Between Secular and Religious Narratives in the United States uses the theory of social construction and the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein to examine the current divide between religious and secular narratives in the United States. Sumser analyzes how Americans apply religious and secular reasoning to contemporary social problems, and explains the resurgence of religious worldviews and the simultaneous growth of an assertive form of atheism in America. This book is recommended for scholars of communication studies, religious studies, sociology, philosophy, and history.

The Conflict Between Secular and Religious Narratives in the United States by John Sumser was published by Lexington Books in July 2016. The ISBN for The Conflict Between Secular and Religious Narratives in the United States is 9781498522083.

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Page last updated 19th November 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherLexington Books (July 2016)
Weight467g
Number of Pages204
Thickness21 mm
Height229 mm
Width152 mm
ISBN9781498522083
ISBN-101498522084
Product Code4456376
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