Freedom of Religion and the Secular State Hardback
Part of the Blackwell Public Philosophy Series series
Exploring the relationship between religion and the state Focusing on the intersection of religion, law, and politics in contemporary liberal democracies, Blackford considers the concept of the secular state, revising and updating enlightenment views for the present day.
Freedom of Religion and the Secular State offers a comprehensive analysis, with a global focus, of the subject of religious freedom from a legal as well as historical and philosophical viewpoint.
It makes an original contribution to current debates about freedom of religion, and addresses a whole range of hot-button issues that involve the relationship between religion and the state, including the teaching of evolution in schools, what to do about the burqa, and so on.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 224 pages
- Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
- Publication Date: 19/12/2011
- Category: Religion & politics
- ISBN: 9780470658864
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