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  • noun One who secularizes.


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secularize +‎ -er


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  • The shah's father had been a secularizer, but his son reinvigorated religious institutions as a counterweight to the communists, a stratagem he would regret.

    A Monarch Dethroned Joshua Muravchik 2011

  • Or, perhaps even more basically, there is no other language for describing this modulation of philosophical expertise than to describe it as a version of such a secularizing process, but this time imposed on the secularizer.

    Post-Secular Conviviality 2008


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