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The End of Hegemony
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Israel’s hegemonic secular Zionist metaculture has declined and a counterculture
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The decomposition of hegemony The intertwining processes of occupation of the “holy sites” and mounting religiosity led to the first stage of partial and incremental breakup of hegemonic culture and crystallization of new countercultures.
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“3” competing Jewish counterculture Israel as a Jewish state, ruled by the Orthodox Jewish religious code (Halacha) Israel as a liberal, secular, and civic state for all its present Jewish and Arab citizens Traditionalist culture Non-Jewish counterculture Russian, Ethiopean
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Secularism Definition: “An ideology, or system of beliefs, that sees individuals and collectives as responsible for their own fate and destiny without the intervention of any transcendental power,” (Kimmerling, 115).
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Characteristics of Secularism Belief in human reason Naturalization of the super natural Rationality Institutionalized by science
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