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Titulos:
Religion and the constitution. Kent Greenawalt.
Idiomas:
eng
ISBN:
1-282-82091-5; 9786612820915; 1-4008-2823-6
Lugar de Edición:
Princeton, New Jersey :
Editor:
Princeton University Press,
Fecha de Edición:
2009.
Notas #:
Description based upon print version of record.
Notas Formateada:
Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: History; Chapter 3: The Development of Doctrine and Its Significance; Chapter 4: Government Aid to Religion and Promulgating Religious Doctrine; Chapter 5: Religious Words and Symbols in Public Places; Chapter 6: Mild Endorsements and Promotions; Chapter 7: Public Schools: Devotions; Chapter 8: Public Schools: Teaching about Religion; Chapter 9: Public Schools: Teaching Whose Content Rests on Religious Views; Chapter 10: Establishment Clause Tests and Standards; Chapter 11: Equal Facilities and Freedom of SpeechChapter 12: Chaplains in the Military and in Prison; Chapter 13: Religious Groups Exercising Government Power; Chapter 14: Religious Law and Civil Law: Using Secular Law to Assure Observance of Practices with Religious Significance; Chapter 15: Tax Exemptions and Deductions; Chapter 16: Religion and the Exemption Strategy; Chapter 17: Limits of Accommodation; Chapter 18: Financial Support to Religious Institutions; Chapter 19: Aid to Religious Schools; Chapter 20: Religion Clause Skepticism; Chapter 21: Alternative Approaches; Chapter 22: Justifications for the Religion ClausesChapter 23: Religiously Based Judgments and Religious Discourse in Public Life; Chapter 24: Legal Enforcement of Religion-Based Morality; Chapter 25: Conclusion; Index
Nota de contenido:
Balancing respect for religious conviction and the values of liberal democracy is a daunting challenge for judges and lawmakers, particularly when religious groups seek exemption from laws that govern others. Should students in public schools be allowed to organize devotional Bible readings and prayers on school property? Does reciting ""under God"" in the Pledge of Allegiance establish a preferred religion? What does the Constitution have to say about displays of religious symbols and messages on public property? Religion and the Constitution presents a new framework for addressing
Palabras clave:
Freedom of religion; Church and state

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Universidad de San Andrés
Dependencia:
Biblioteca Max Von Buch

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