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In this article the author argues that religious pluralism cannot be grasped deeply in a-historical manner; it needs, on the other hand, a context-specific exploration in order to make meaningful statements upon it. It has to be anchored context-sensitively on social reality as it obtains in different instances of situatedness, the sitz-im-leben of life. Accordingly, this reflection would like to pursue a socio-religious approach, anchoring on a subaltern location. This agonistic experience ofdoi:10.5281/zenodo.4175850 fatcat:en27vlpe4jg4lczdacgtz54ije