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Law, State and Religion in the New Europe
Debates and Dilemmas

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Camil Ungureanu, Maurizio Viroli, Rainer Forst, Robert Audi, Maleiha Malik, Chiara Bottici, Benoit Challand, Lorenzo Zucca, Susanna Mancini, Michel Rosenfeld, Ian Leigh, Aileen McColgan, George Letsas, Daniel Augenstein, Julie Ringelheim
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  • Date Published: March 2012
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521198103

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  • As the new Europe takes shape, debates which had been confined to its constitutional structure are spilling over into more general areas, not least the field of law and religion. In this edited collection a team of experts seek to establish whether religion and the ‘new' Europe are in conflict. The collection looks at the question from two perspectives. Initially it considers the question from the perspective of the most influential schools of political thought. The second approach is to look at the theory and operation of the European human rights, with concluding remarks by Joseph Weiler. This title will be of interest to scholars of European constitutional and human rights law, as well as legal theorists. It will appeal to scholars in the field of law and religion.

    • Interdisciplinary treatment of the role of religion in Europe will appeal to lawyers, political scientists, philosophers, sociologists
    • Brings together political theory, legal theory and case law
    • Contains important new contributions from influential scholars such as Murizio Viroli, Robert Audi, Rainer Forst and Michel Rosenfeld as well as from promising younger scholars
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    • Date Published: March 2012
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521198103
    • length: 350 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 160 x 20 mm
    • weight: 0.68kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction Camil Ungureanu
    Part I:
    1. Religion and political liberty in Italian republics (thirteenth to fifteenth centuries) Maurizio Viroli
    2. Two stories about toleration Rainer Forst
    3. Natural reason, religious conviction, and the justification of coercion in democratic societies Robert Audi
    4. The 'other' citizens: religion in a multicultural Europe Maleiha Malik
    5. Islam and the public sphere: public reason or public imagination? Chiara Bottici and Benoit Challand
    Part II:
    6. Law v. religion Lorenzo Zucca
    7. Unveiling the limits of tolerance: comparing the treatment of majority and minority religious symbols in the public sphere Susanna Mancini and Michel Rosenfeld
    8. Objective, critical and pluralistic? Religious education and human rights in the European public sphere Ian Leigh
    9. Religion and (in)equality in the European framework Aileen McColgan
    10. Is there a right not to be offended in one's religious beliefs? George Letsas
    11. Religious pluralism versus social cohesion? Daniel Augenstein
    Part III:
    12. Rights, religion and the public sphere: the European Court of Human Rights in search of a theory? Julie Ringelheim
    13. Towards a European 'approach' to religion? Camil Ungureanu.

  • Editors

    Lorenzo Zucca, King's College London
    Lorenzo Zucca is a reader in jurisprudence at King's College London.

    Camil Ungureanu, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona
    Camil Ungureanu is Lecturer in Political Theory at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain.

    Contributors

    Camil Ungureanu, Maurizio Viroli, Rainer Forst, Robert Audi, Maleiha Malik, Chiara Bottici, Benoit Challand, Lorenzo Zucca, Susanna Mancini, Michel Rosenfeld, Ian Leigh, Aileen McColgan, George Letsas, Daniel Augenstein, Julie Ringelheim

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