Indian Secularism mit Rajeev Bharghava
Rajeev Bharghava, Director of the Center for Developing Societies in Delhi, believes that the idea of secularism in general has not travelled very well. For him it's a "Christian thing". But when one opens up the perspective, the idea of a traveling of that norm works: We have to speak of "multiple secularisms"; some parts of travel, others don't. India is a case in point where a norm travels back and forth. He speaks of a circulation of norms since Indian secularism has something to give back to Europe too.
Katajun Amirpur und Benedikt Korf, UFSP Asien und Europa