1. Europe, India and the limits of Secularim (OUP, 2015), by Jakob de Roover
  2. The secular state and religious conflict: Liberal neutrality and the Indian case of pluralism
  3. The dark hour of secularism: Hindu fundamentalism and colonial liberalism in India
  4. Liberal political theory and cultural migration of ideas: the case of secualrism in India
  5. Secular law and the realm of false religion
  6. On the dark side of “secular”: is the religous-secular distinction a binary?
  7. The vacuity of secularism
  8. The question of conversion in India
  9. Conversion of the world: Proselytization in India and the universalization of Christianity
  10. Liberty, Tyranny, and the Will of God: The principle of toleration in Early Modern Europe and colonial India
  11. John Locke, Christian liberty, and the predicament of liberal toleration
  12. On the dark side of “secular”: Is the religious-secular distinction a binary?
  13. Secularism and absence of theory
  14. How do we understand the concept of communal violence?
  15. Secularism, Colonialism and Indian intellectuals
  16. Bankruptcy of postcolonial intellectuals and their defense of secularism
  17. Fallacy of equivocation: Indian secularism
  18. Is the sacred-secular distinction theory-neutral?
  19. Is the sacred-secular distinction same as laukika-adhyatmika distinction?
  20. Historical contexts, multiple meanings, and Indian secularism
  21. Why Indian secularists do not think but talk?