The Law of Religious Identity: Models for Post-Communism
The Law of Religious Identity: Models for Post-Communism comprises conference generated papers spanning a wide area of discourse, from theoretical treatises about the role of religion in the public sphere to monographical studies of specific problems of church and state relations in Central and Eastern Europe.
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The limits of religious neutrality
A pluralist critique of the constitutional treatment
a liberal view
The problem of the Islamic veil and the principle
Partial establishments of religion in postcommunist
The relationship between State and Church
New religions and religious freedom in eastern
List of contributors
according activities Anti-Cult Movements Article beliefs Catholic Church Christian church tax church-state regime church-state relations communist comprehensive pluralism conceptions concerning conflict Conseil d'Etat Constitutional Court constitutionalism context Council countries decision democratic denominations deprivatization emerging equal established Establishment Clause ethnic Europe European example faith financing first-order Freedom of Conscience freedom of religion historical Human Rights Hungarian Hungary ideology individual institutions inter-communal investiture controversy Islamic issue Kymlicka laicite legislation liberal democracy major Models for Post-Communism multiculturalism Muslim national identity neutrality norms perspective pluralist Poland political position Post-Communism post-communist principles problems prohibition protection public sphere question region relationship religious associations religious communities religious freedom religious groups religious identity religious organizations role Russian Orthodox Church schools secular separation between church separation of church significant social society Soviet Statute supra note 14 tion tolerance traditional churches transitional treatment of religion values veil