The Law of Religious Identity: Models for Post-Communism

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Kluwer Law International, 1999 - Law - 214 pages
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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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Contents

The limits of religious neutrality
17
A pluralist critique of the constitutional treatment
39
a liberal view
67
The problem of the Islamic veil and the principle
89
Partial establishments of religion in postcommunist
103
yesterday
153
The relationship between State and Church
175
New religions and religious freedom in eastern
195
List of contributors
213
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Moses Hess was both a colleague and protagonist of Karl Marx in the early communist movement, and one of the forerunners of Zionism: he died in Paris in 1875.

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