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Introduction

Godless People, Doubt, and Atheism

Ruy Llera Blanes and Galina Oustinova-Stjepanovic

In the introduction to this special issue, we set the agenda for researching the aspirations and practices of godless people who seek to thin out religion in their daily lives. We reflect on why processes of disengagement from religion have not been adequately researched in anthropology. Locating this issue's articles in the anthropological literature on doubt and atheism, we argue for the importance of a comparative investigation to analyze people's reluctance to pursue religion.

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Chasing the Secular

Methodological Reflections on How to Make the Secular Tangible

Birgitte Schepelern Johansen

folket: De postkristna svenskarna och religionen [The godless people: The post-Christian Swedes and religion]. Stockholm : Molin & Sorgenfrei Akademiska . Thurfjell , David , Cecilie Rubow , Atko Remmel , and Henrik Ohlsson . 2019

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Contextualizing the Religious Survey

Possibilities and Limitations

Astrid Krabbe Trolle

. London : Routledge . Thurfjell , David . 2019 . Det gudlösa folket: De postkristna svenskarna och religionen [The godless people: The post-Christian Swedes and religion]. Stockholm : Norstedts . Trolle , Astrid Krabbe . 2015 . “ Blandt

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The Relocation of Transcendence

Using Schutz to Conceptualize the Nature Experiences of Secular People

David Thurfjell, Cecilie Rubow, Atko Remmel, and Henrik Ohlsson

folket: De postkristna svenskarna och religionen [Godless people: Post-Christian Swedes and religion]. Stockholm : Molin & Sorgenfrei . Västrik , Ergo-Hart . 2015 . “ In Search of Genuine Religion: The Contemporary Estonian Maausulised Movement and

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Eyewitness Accounts during the Putumayo Rubber Boom

Manuel Antonio Mesones Muro—the “Madman of the Marañon River,” Cárlos Oyague y Calderón—the State Engineer, and Roger Casement—“Not of the Real World” Humanitarian

Rupert J. M. Medd and Hélène Guyot

epidemic of unprecedented crimes, of lawless and godless people!!!” ( 1928: 59 ). Casement suffered the same disillusionment, leading Vargas Llosa to describe him as having been a “very tragic figure … a very difficult life: solitude, prejudices around