Religion Law And The Constitution

Author: Daniel Conkle
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Daniel Conkle. i RELIGION, LAW, AND THE CONSTITUTION DANIEL O.
CONKLE Robert H. McKinney Professor of Law Indiana University Maurer School
of Law CONCEPTS AND INSIGHTS SERIES® *FOUNDATION PRESS.

Rutherglen S Employment Discrimination Law 3d Concepts And Insights Series

Author: George Rutherglen
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Although the details of this reasoning are complex and controversial, the ultimate
result is clear: Legislative protection of religious freedom can only operate within
a narrow area defined by several different constitutional restrictions. Title VII has
stayed within this narrow area, partly because its provisions concerned with
religion are framed flexibly enough to permit a narrow interpretation where one is
necessary to avoid a 148 substantial constitutional question. The BFOQ, which ...

Law Religious Freedoms And Education In Europe

Author: Myriam Hunter-Henin
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317107357
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This collection considers how contemporary cultural and religious diversity challenges and redefines national constitutional and legal frameworks and concepts, within the context of education.

Religion Law And The Constitution

Author: Javier García Oliva
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317560744
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Nevertheless, there are valuable insights to be gained from those who put
forward a more collaborative understanding of the mechanics of the UK
Constitution. In terms of ... Although there are those, like Eldin, who believe in
residual common law power vested in the judiciary to police the legal framework,
this is not widely accepted or recognised by the majority of Britain's senior judges
. ... First, there is the concept of putting into practice the democratic will of the
people, and one of the ...

Law Religion Constitution

Author: W. Cole Durham
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317107381
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discussed below both aim to do this, with Williams interrogating the concept of
legal universalism and Milbank legal secularity. In so doing, both thinkers move
to advance an account of law within which group rights and religious pluralism
might flourish more fully. One of the most interesting contributions to recent
debate about religious pluralism is Rowan Williams's lecture on 'Civil and
Religious Law in England'. The initial question Williams takes up is whether there
ought to be space ...

Religious Liberty

Author: John Courtney Murray
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN: 9780664253608
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One school regards religious freedom as formally a theological- moral concept,
which has juridical consequences, scil., within the order of constitutional law.12
The other school regards religious freedom as formally a juridical or
constitutional concept, which has foundations in theology, ethics, political
philosophy, and jurisprudence. The first school begins with a single insight — the
exigence of the free human person for religious freedom. Only in the second
instance does it raise what ...

The Christianity Reader

Author: Mary Gerhart
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226289591
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One school regards religious freedom as formally a theological-moral concept,
which has juridical consequences, scil., within the order of constitutional law.10
The other school regards religious freedom as formally a juridical or
constitutional concept, which has foundations in theology, ethics, political
philosophy, and jurisprudence. The first school begins with a single insight—the
exigence of the free human person for religious freedom. Only in the second
instance does it raise what ...

Constitution Writing Religion And Democracy

Author: Aslı Ü. Bâli
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107070511
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By engaging with a spectrum of constitutional models in democratic systems that
offer some accommodation for religious (personal status) law, the cases shed
light on normative insights previously understudied in the literature on
comparative constitutional design. At the same time, the meaning of “religion” or
of “secular” has been understood differently by constitutional drafters in different
countries, and affects the way these concepts have been analyzed in different
chapters.

Constitutionalism Democracy And Religious Freedom

Author: Hans-Martien ten Napel
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317236904
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Instead, it recognizes that constitutional law can lead to a multiplicity of claims of
authority without a single, final, legal authority, or to what Neil MacCormick first
dubbed the idea of “constitutional pluralism”. . . . [W]e can ... (606–7) The reason I
have taken quite some effort to situate social pluralist constitutionalism within the
traditional vocabulary of comparative constitutional law is to point out that it does
not mark a radical break with fundamental insights within the discipline. On the ...

Religious Liberty And The Law

Author: Angus J. L. Menuge
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351982664
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This book provides an analysis of the general concept of religious liberty along with a close study of important cases that can serve as test beds for conflict resolution proposals.