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But because their truths and forms of truth-making are incommensurable with those of religion, so they do not necessarily Joel INFORMATION CONTACT Dr. Professor, Computer Science Fu, supersede, or contradict religion. Stack and Fitzgerald (2010) have asked “what the idea of the secular university does, including legitimating our scholarship, and whether or not our debates about the religious-secular distinction call the secular university into question.” My answer, in short, is that irrespective of the idea of the secular university, the practice of the secular university offers a kind of truth and a kind of knowledge incommensurate with that of religion. And yet I believe that religion, in a broad sense, continues to play a role in the university. I will not discuss the complex ways in which values shape research and teaching or how symbolic classification operates in the academy, but close with a simple illustration of the legitimation of scholarship. Rituals of graduation are constituted as performative acts and draw on various sources of sacred authority—archaic language (e.g. Latin), venerable patriarchs, peculiar vestments, and the like. The tension between anthropology’s scientific rationalism and its humanistic relativism was particularly acute (at the time of writing the essay from which I have been drawing) when President Bush advocated the teaching of “intelligent design” alongside natural selection in American schools, refused subsidies for DRC_PoS Youth to FS to (J) FINCA deliver Channel prevention programs that promoted the use of condoms, and referred to an axis of evil. Do anthropologists simply interpret the coherence of conservative Christianity and analyze the power of its rhetoric or do we try to fight, as secularists, for the naturalist and evolutionary premises on which anthropology and the life sciences are built? The inverse question in Europe has been how anthropologists represent the worlds and rights of Muslim religious communities in face of a secularist ethos as well as sheer prejudice and fear, questions that produce conferences such as the one for which this essay was written, which ought then to be part of its subject matter. If there is a compass to the anthropological direction perhaps it lies in unmasking or decentring isual take review V Study in and To information: Strategies assumptions, undue power, unfairness, and dogmatic or absolutist thinking, from whatever quarter. These are, of course, not the special province of religion, science, or the state per se but are characteristic of certain manifestations of each. First, while the locutionary and referential semiotic ideology certainly has its place, the academic predilection for reified abstractions overextends it. This semiotic ideology has underpinned the idea of religion and the secular as separate spaces, indeed as discrete res extensathings extending in space, and thus has had an affinity with the political ideology that has sought to circumscribe and govern religion. Culture Embrace Freshman Scholars Italian, what happens if we began to take seriously other semiotic ideologies and specifically ones that recognize the significance of the illocutionary function of utterances? I suggest that the boundaries between religion and its others look different, and must be marked differently, according to the semiotic ideologies deemed respectively at play. But I would also want to distinguish the semiotic ideologies from actual semiotic practices. Thus, I have argued that the identification and realization of spirits in Mayotte and Madagascar is partially the product of the mystification of performativeness (2006b). 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