Law and Religion in Theoretical and Historical Context
Professor Peter Cane, Peter Cane, Senior Fellow Law Faculty Carolyn Evans, Lec, Carolyn Evans, Zoe Robinson
Cambridge University Press, Oct 9, 2008 - Law - 328 pages
List of Contributors p. vii 1 Introduction Carolyn Evans p. 1 2 The moral economy of religious freedom Lawrence G. Sager p. 16 3 Understanding the religion in freedom of religion Jeremy Webber p. 26 4 Why religion belongs in the private sphere, not the public square Denise Meyerson p. 44 5 Pluralism in law and religion Margaret Davies p. 72 6 The influence of cultural conflict on the jurisprudence of the religion clauses of the First Amendment Michael W. McConnell p. 100 7 From Dayton to Dover: the legacy of the Scopes Trial Peter Radan p. 123 8 A very English affair: establishment and human rights in an organic constitution Charlotte Smith p. 157 9 Days of rest in multicultural societies: private, public, separate? Ruth Gavison and Nahshon Perez p. 186 10 Australian legal procedures and the protection of secret Aboriginal spiritual beliefs: a fundamental conflict Ernst Willheim p. 214 11 Secular and religious conscientious exemptions: between tolerance and equality Yossi Nehushtan p. 243 12 Law's sacred and secular subjects Ngaire Naffine p. 268 13 Freedom of religion and the European Convention on Human Rights: approaches, trends and tensions Malcolm D. Evans p. 291 Index p. 317.
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