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In the twenty-five years after the disintegration of Yugoslavia, the percentage of the irreligious population has decreased sharply in all post-Yugoslav states with the exception of Slovenia. This article attempts to present the complexity of the topic by answering five relevant questions: (1.) How do we distinguish between irreligiosity and religiosity in an effort to extract and understand the subject of the sociology of irreligiosity in the post-Yugoslav states? (2.) What has occurred in thedoi:10.20413/rascee.2017.10.1.3-19 fatcat:ixwuwp6ambamrkbm3gqpn7ddqy