“Contributions to Law and Policy Making in a Secular Political Order: The Approach of European Institutions”.
Does God Matter? Representing Religion in the European Union (London, 2012, forthcoming).
(217 - 236).
Routledge Press: London.
This article considers the normative underpinnings of restrictions on recourse to religious arguments in public life in the context of the EU. It shows how the structures established by the Union encourage religious engagement with public affairs but preclude reliance on religious truth claims in public argument.
|Title:||“Contributions to Law and Policy Making in a Secular Political Order: The Approach of European Institutions”|
|Keywords:||secularism, european union, religion and law, religion and politics|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Laws|
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