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Public LifePlay
Used to describe institutions or activities that have no religious influence or basis. SlideThey attended a secular school with students from diverse backgrounds.
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Implies neutrality and no preference towards any specific religion or belief system. SlideThe secular laws were designed to treat all citizens equally.
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Cultural ImplicationsPlay
In some societies, being 'secular' carries a cultural significance of modernity and progress. SlideThe new secular constitution marked a turning point in the nation’s history.