Contributors – The Centre for Independent Studies

Tom Frame


Featured Publication

  • Anglo Primacy and the End of History: The Deep Roots of Power 01 August 2008 | OP109
    The 24th Annual John Bonython Lecture Whether the United States should lead the world is much debated, but American primacy in some form is unavoidable. It has roots deep in history, as did the British primacy that preceded it. All…...
    The 24th Annual John Bonython Lecture Whether the United States should lead the world is much debated, but American primacy in some form is unavoidable. It has roots deep in history, as did the British primacy that preceded it. All…
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Media & Commentary

  • Do secular societies provoke religious extremism? 11 December 2007 | The Australian
    Despite their well-known indifference to ideology and apathy towards philosophy, Australians have become surprisingly animated when it comes to the subject of religion. In the minds of many its presence or absence will decide the fate of the nation. The…
    Despite their well-known indifference to ideology and apathy towards philosophy, Australians have become surprisingly animated when it comes to the subject of religion. In the minds of many its presence or absence will decide the fate of the nation. The…
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Publications

  • Do Secular Societies Promote Religious Extremism? 07 April 2008 | OP108
    In looking at secularism in society, Tom Frame concludes that in a genuinely secular society all must recognise and respect the opinions of those with whom they disagree. They must accept that both the religious and non-religious ought to participate in public life and discourse. In this way, Australians can…...
    In looking at secularism in society, Tom Frame concludes that in a genuinely secular society all must recognise and respect the opinions of those with whom they disagree. They must accept that both the religious and non-religious ought to participate in public life and discourse. In this way, Australians can…
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