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dc.contributor.editorBARDON, Aurélia
dc.contributor.editorBIRNBAUM, Maria
dc.contributor.editorLEE, Lois
dc.contributor.editorSTOECKL, Kristina
dc.contributor.editorROY, Olivier
dc.date.accessioned2015-11-09T14:26:05Z
dc.date.available2015-11-09T14:26:05Z
dc.date.issued2015
dc.identifier.citationFlorence : European University Institute, 2015en
dc.identifier.isbn9789290843559
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/1814/37704
dc.description.abstractHuman societies have always been diverse but the modern period is distinctive, shaped by new forms of communication, global migration and media that have given rise to more pronounced and more established forms of diversity and perhaps even to ‘hyper-diversity’. This publication concentrates on religious diversity and it provides a set of conceptual and theoretical resources for approaching different discourses around religious diversity, highlighting in particular the distinctive approaches and sensitivities that emerge from different disciplinary engagements.
dc.description.tableofcontents-- Aurelia Bardon, Maria Birnbaum, Lois Lee, Kristina Stoeckl – Introduction -- I – What is religious pluralism? 1. Élise Rouméas – What is Religious Pluralism? 2. John Wolfe Ackerman – Political-Theological Pluralism 3. Alberta Giorgi & Luca Ozzano – Italy and Controversies around Religion-Related Issues: Overemphasizing Differences 4. Milda Ališauskien? – What and Where is Religious Pluralism in Lithuania? 5. Agnieszka Pasieka – Religious Pluralism and Lived Religion: an Anthropological Perspective 6. Sebastián Rudas Neyra – Two Uses of “Laicidad” 7. Garvan Walshe & Stephen de Wijze – Civility within Conflict: Managing Religious Pluralism -- II – Pluralism and the Freedom of religion 8. Stijn Smet – Conscientious Objection to Same-Sex Marriages and Partnerships: The Limits of Toleration in Pluralistic Liberal Democracies 9. Eileen Barker – Freedom for Me and, Perhaps, You – but Surely Not Them? Attitudes to New Religions in Contemporary Democracies 10. Anna Blijdenstein – Egalitarian Theories of Religious Freedom and the Black Box of Religion 11. Dara Salam – Religious Exemptions and Freedom of Conscience 12. Volker Kaul – Is Religious Pluralism Simply a Matter of Justice? -- III – Disagreements, Differences and Public Justification 13. Anja Hennig – Habermas’s Translation Proviso and Conservative Religious Actors in the Public Sphere 14. Marthe Kerkwijk – Lost in Translation: A Critique on Habermas’s “Translation Proviso” 15. Bouke de Vries – Liberal Justificatory Neutrality and Mandatory Vaccination Schemes 16. Nemanja Todorovic – Respect for Persons and the Restricted Use of Religious Reasons in Public Justification 17. Ulrike Spohn – Challenging the Topos of “Religion and Violence” in Liberal Political Theory
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dc.language.isoenen
dc.relationinfo:eu-repo/grantAgreement/EC/FP7/269860en
dc.relation.ispartofseriesRELIGIOWESTen
dc.rightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccessen
dc.titleReligious pluralism : a resource booken
dc.typeBooken
dc.identifier.doi10.2870/860588
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