Clearly presenting the case-law concerning Article 9 of the European Convention of Human Rights, this is a lively and accessible analysis of a key issue in contemporary society: whether there is a human right to wear a religious symbol and how far any such right extends.
|Publication date:||27th September 2013|
|Author:||Daniel J. Hill, Daniel Whistler|
|Publisher:||Palgrave Pivot an imprint of Palgrave Macmillan|
|Categories:||Religious issues & debates, Social & political philosophy, Philosophy of religion, Human rights, Human rights & civil liberties law,|
Daniel J. Hill is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Liverpool, UK. He is author of Divinity and Maximal Greatness (2005) and of Christian Philosophy: A-Z (2007). He is Secretary of the Tyndale Fellowship's Study Group in Philosophy of Religion. Daniel Whistler is Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Liverpool, UK. He is author of Schelling's Theory of Symbolic Language (2013), and co-editor of After the Postsecular and the Postmodern (2010) and Moral Powers, Fragile Beliefs (2011). He is currently editing the Edinburgh Critical History of Nineteenth-Century Theology (forthcoming).More About Daniel J. Hill, Daniel Whistler