A review for amazon by jerry woolpy of the paradox of liberation secular revolutions and religious counterrevolutions by michael walzer using algeria india and israel as prototypes of contemporary revolutions walzer explains that secularists oblivious and antagonistic to many of the religious traditions of the people are inevitably followed by an overwhelming religious revival. The paradox of liberation secular revolutions and religious counterrevolutions michael walzer yale university press new haven 2015 xiv 172pp isbn 978 0 300 18780 9 brendan j wright 1 contemporary political theory volume 16 pages 434 438 2017cite this article 1001 accesses metrics details secular political settlements around the world face a growing crisis of legitimacy . The result of the religious counterrevolution is a threat to the very secular revolution that enabled it to hatch this in brief is what political theorist michael walzer terms the paradox of. The paradox of liberation secular revolutions and religious counterrevolutions michael walzer many of the successful campaigns for national liberation in the years following world war ii were initially based on democratic and secular ideals
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