Difference between mundane and secular
- concerned with the world or worldly matters
- belonging to this earth or world; not ideal or heavenly
- found in the ordinary course of events
The result of this inversion is for Chayes a new transcendentalism, one in which "the man raises himself to a level above both the human and the mundane natural" (Shelley 624).
There was a great deal of variation, ranging from the mundanely technical to the anguished plea for understanding and cooperation.
At the root of the problem is nothing so mundane as access to the hills and glens but the booming industry in Scottish barony titles that sell on average for £55,000 each.
- characteristic of those who are not members of the clergy
- not concerned with or devoted to religion
- characteristic of or devoted to the temporal world as opposed to the spiritual world
- of or relating to clergy not bound by monastic vows
- of or relating to the doctrine that rejects religion and religious considerations
- someone who is not a clergyman or a professional person
Although Jameson is clear-eyed about the corrosive effects of modernity, his methodology nevertheless seemed to require his allegiance to secularization and to convergence theories of modernization; moreover, the acuity and insight of the readings produced by this methodology served to justify that faith a posteriori.
The normal equation of linear regression is used to calculate the effects of high frequency components on the determination of secular trend of relative sea level(RSL).
Much African art still seems religiously alive and therefore not entirely at home in a secular environment.