What does the word “secular” really mean?
Dr Stephen Chavura is one of Australia’s foremost thought leaders on the subjects of politics, freedom & religion, and how they are all related.
Stephen Chavura holds a Ph.D. in the history of early-modern English political thought (UNE 2007). He has published in journals such as the History of European Ideas, Journal of Religious History, and Australian Journal of Political Science.
Stephen is currently part of an Australian Research Council (ARC) team working on the emergence and development of political secularity in Australia.
His research interests include the history of political thought, church and state in history, modern political philosophy, recognition theory, and freedom of speech.
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