Charles Taylor on the Secular

March 18, 2012

The celebrated Canadian philosopher Charles Taylor says we're now living in "a secular age," but we're still trying to figure out what a post-religious world looks like - and how we can find meaning in a culture without any over-arching purpose.   In this conversation with Steve Paulson, Taylor talks about Nietzsche's "death of God," the importance of mystery and the "disenchantment" of the modern world.

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