Religión y democracia en el pensamiento de Tocqueville y Madison

Tocqueville underlines the utility of the religion in the democratic order; in the democratic ages. In his book he describes what can do religion for democratic society. In this way, he says that the religion contributes so that the men have definite good ideas on his general duties for with the Cre... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Martín Moreno, José Luis
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Liberlex 2010
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Laburpena: Tocqueville underlines the utility of the religion in the democratic order; in the democratic ages. In his book he describes what can do religion for democratic society. In this way, he says that the religion contributes so that the men have definite good ideas on his general duties for with the Creator and his similar ones; since the doubt in these principal points would do all his acts accidental, and, in certain way, it would condemn them to disorder and impotence. Madison is more sceptical on this question, but he does not ignore the meaning and the social function of the religion. In any cases, both authors emphasizetheconvenienceofprincipleofseparationbetweentheChurchandtheState.