The need to look at the eonic effect….confusion over the axial age…

https://www.dropbox.com/home/Public?preview=WHEE4thed_+final_BID_70106_march_2010.doc

One can only recommend looking at the material on the eonic effect to get past the confusion over the Axial Age which is confused with religious issues. The Axial includes the era of archaic/classical greece and the initial birth of secularism. There is nothing inherently religious about the Axial period.
The essay sees the connection with modernism but that is more than just the enlightenment period. The modern transition requires analysis…

Source: Religion is a Repeating Chapter in the History of Politics – CounterPunch.org