Law, State and Religion in the New Europe: Debates and Dilemmas
Lorenzo Zucca and Camil Ungureanu, eds.
Cambridge University Press 2012
As the new Europe takes shape, debates which had been confined to its constitutional structure are spilling over into more general areas, not least the field of law and religion. In this edited collection a team of experts seek to establish whether religion and the ‘new’ Europe are in conflict. The collection looks at the question from two perspectives. Initially it considers the question from the perspective of the most influential schools of political thought. The second approach is to look at the theory and operation of the European human rights, with concluding remarks by Joseph Weiler. This title will be of interest to scholars of European constitutional and human rights law, as well as legal theorists. It will appeal to scholars in the field of law and religion.
Contributors: Camil Ungureanu, Maurizio Viroli, Rainer Forst, Robert Audi, Maleiha Malik, Chiara Bottici, Benoit Challand, Lorenzo Zucca, Susanna Mancini, Michel Rosenfeld, Ian Leigh, Aileen McColgan, George Letsas, Daniel Augenstein, Julie Ringelheim