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Intellectual Religion

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Author(s): Ulbricht, Justus H.
1. Intellectuals are customarily deemed to be advocates of a rationalistic, enlightened, and secular understanding of the world, and consequently the sheerest imaginable contrast to the religious person. However, aside from the fact that members of educated classes have at all times been (co-) formers of religious thought and the corresponding practice (→ priests, monks, clergy, theologians, highly educated laity), there have also always existed religious concepts that have been specially drafted, believed, and rationally attested by educated persons. History 2. Discourse u…