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Raphaël Liogier is the director of the Observatoire du religieux[1] and a professor of universities at the Institut d'études politiques d'Aix-en-Provence and the Institut de management public et de gouvernance territoriale.

He co-authored several articles on the theme of religion.[2]

Liogier wrote his thesis on Buddhism under the direction of Bruno Étienne, a professor at the Institut d'études politiques d'Aix-en-Provence, and has among other things published a book on secularism in 2006. He works particularly on the issues related to Islam and cults[3] and wrote many articles on religious topics including Pentecostalism[4], Catholicism[5] and Soka Gakkai.[6] He also criticizes the work made by MIVILUDES.[7]

Bibliography by Liogier

  • Une laïcité "légitime", la France et ses religions d'État, Médicis Entrelas, March 2006
  • Être bouddhiste en France aujourd'hui (with Bruno Étienne), Paris, Hachette, 2004
  • Géopolitique du christianisme (with Blandine Chelini-Pont) , Ellipses, 2003
  • Le Bouddhisme mondialisé, Ellipses, 2003


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