Why and how secular society should accommodate religion: a philosophical proposal

Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press (2010)
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Abstract

Introduction -- Part I: Religion under secular statecraft -- Rationalist restrictions on public discourse -- Reasonable limits on religious freedom -- The hidden dangers of civil religion -- Part II: State/religion border control -- Religion-state relations in U.S. courts -- Rulings concerning religion-state relations -- Rulings on religion-state relations in education -- Alternative schooling in America -- Part III: Religious groups and the public sphere -- The political importance of interest groups -- The moral need for groups in a modern democracy -- Religious groups in the political process.

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Edmund Byrne
Indiana University Purdue University, Indianapolis

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