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The central claim of this book is that although the concept of religious freedom as a human rights concept is emblematic on the one hand, the concept is also problematic on the other, so that its implications are far from self-evident despite the ready acceptance the term receives as embodying a worthwhile goal. This book therefore problematizes the concept along legal, constitutional, ethical, and theological lines, and especially from the perspective of religious studies, so that religious freedom in the world could be enlarged in a way which promotes human flourishing.--
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Other titles||Problematising religious freedom|
|Series||Studies in global justice -- v. 9, Studies in global justice -- v. 9.|
|LC Classifications||K3258 .S53 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 264 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||264|
|ISBN 10||9789048189922, 9789048189939|
|LC Control Number||2011934493|
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This book therefore problematizes the concept along legal, constitutional, ethical, and theological lines, and especially from the perspective of religious studies, so that religious freedom in the world could be enlarged in a way which promotes human : Hardcover. "Problematizing Religious Freedom is an intensely provocative book.
It takes the reader through discussions and debates about the nature and definition of religion, distinctions between missionary and non-missionary traditions, concepts of conversion and proselytism, attitudes and understandings of religious freedom internal.
This book therefore problematizes the concept along legal, constitutional, ethical and theological lines, and especially from the perspective of religious studies, so that religious freedom in the world could be enlarged in a way which promotes human flourishing.
Problematizing Religious Freedom Arvind Sharma (auth.) The concept of religious freedom is the favoured modern human Problematizing religious freedom book concept, with which the modern world hopes to tackle the phenomenon of religious pluralism, as our modern existence in an electronically shrinking globe comes to be increasingly characterised by this phenomenon.
This book therefore problematizes the concept along legal, constitutional, Problematizing religious freedom book and theological lines, and especially from the perspective of religious studies, so that religious freedom in the world could be enlarged in a way which promotes human flourishing.
Problematizing religious freedom. [Arvind Sharma] -- The central claim of this book is that although the concept of religious freedom as a human rights concept is emblematic on the one hand, the concept is also problematic on the other, so that its.
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We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed : Springer Netherlands. Instead of depending on one definition of religious freedom in examining religious freedom, Sharma (), in his book Problematizing Religious Freedom, states that the discussion of religious.
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por Arvind Sharma. Studies in Global Justice (Book 9) ¡Gracias por compartir. Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : Springer Netherlands. Problematizing Religious Freedom by Arvind Sharma advances our understanding of the varied cultural foundations for religious freedom but fails to problematize an idealized notion of Hindu tolerance (debunked by Adcock's historical work and my contemporary work) and does not scrutinize the discriminatory aspects of the politics of conversion in.
Rights and freedoms and religion by who has just completed a book called Problematizing Religious Freedom. Sharma argues that the very concept of religious freedom has become an excuse used by Author: Aaron Wherry.
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Abstract. This chapter explores the paradox that while the First Amendment guarantees free exercise of religion, the native Americans in the United States were unable to avail of it. The historical and empirical evidence provided by their case seems to confirm the thesis of the book that the concept of religious freedom cannot be divorced Author: Arvind Sharma.
Montreal’s very own Arvind Sharma speaks of this in his new book, Problematizing Religious Freedom. He fears a new office could be used by missionary religions, especially Christian missions, as a permit to proselytize - attempting to convert someone to a certain religion.
For readers who may be intimidated by a page study of free exercise and nonestablishment, Rogers offers a speed-reading approach to the book. Each chapter begins with a summary of law and policy and ends with a set of recommendations on how to defend religious freedom and promote a healthy role for religion in American public life.David Little,Human Rights, Religious Freedom, and Peace, BYU L.
Rev The Impossibility of Religious Freedom, is an older book by Sullivan. 6. These four authors are associated with an influential blog called the “Immanent Frame” that is dedicated to problematizing“ ”—in a favorite word—liberal rights discourse.
by: 1.America's Continuous Quest For Religious Freedom Steve Waldman’s latest book, “Sacred Liberty,” details America’s long and continuing struggle to achieve true religious freedom for all people.