laicism

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Related to Laicite: secularism

la•i•cism

(ˈleɪ əˌsɪz əm)

n.
the nonclerical, or secular, control of political and social institutions in a society.
[1930–35]

laicism

1. the nonclerical, or secular, control of political and social institutions in a society.
2. lay participation in church matters. Cf. clericalism. — laity, n.
See also: Catholicism
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Et quel rapport entretiennent les deux religions avec Dieu, l'Histoire, le politique, la loi, la laicite, la verite et les rites et les coutumes ?
Soutenir les programmes educatifs sur la laicite et l'education aux medias
2) Laicite, a French term, comes from the ancient Greek, laos, common people, which then passed to French through the Latin laicus, "the one who didn't enter in religious order.
Religion also figures in Le Pen's campaign in a negative way through her insistence on a vigorous application of laicite, the official church-state separation that enjoys wide support in majority public opinion, especially on the left wing.
Laicite is too often a buzzword that defies efforts to embellish the concept with shared "republican" values.
L'affaire du [beaucoup moins que] burkini [beaucoup plus grand que] agite la France republicaine interpellee par la question fondamentale de la laicite et de la liberte de culte.
Laicite et ualeurs quebecoises : les sources d'une controverse.
Tanto el Estado monarquico como la misma Revolucion francesa en su inicio apelaron respectivamente a la religion como sosten de su legitimidad (Observatoire de la Laicite (OL), 2015, pp.
Les adeptes de la laicite stricte a la francaise lient generalement ces deux premisses par la correlation suivante : les regles religieuses oppriment les femmes et doivent consequemment etre ecartees de l'administration de la justice civile.
En terminos politicos, el enemigo es la laicite, es decir esa laicidad producto de los filosofos y de la Revolucion de Francia, de Voltaire hasta la guillotina.
The religious freedom laicite promises thus assumes religious belief and practice that are willing to stay private.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Turkish classical pianist-composer Fazyl Say became one of two recipients of France's 2015 Prix de la laicite (secularism prize) on Monday when he received the Comite Laicite Republique's (CLR) international prize during a ceremony at the Paris City Hall, where French Prime Minister Manuel Valls and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo were among guests.