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Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2000. These two books-one a collection of essays and the other a sustained treatise-dwell on the problems posed for liberal theory and democratic practice by religious commitment. Both supply a rich menu of arguments and insights.
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In Obligations of Citizenship and Demands of Faith: Religious Accommodation in Pluralist Democracies, Rosenblum explains religion's role among the contemporary American public. Many authors contributed to the book, including Alan Wolfe, Ronald Thiemann, and Michael McConnell. The writers argue that more room should be made for religion in today's society
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Ships from and sold by books-fyi. Smith's book is insightful, provocative, and wonderfully engaging. The Disenchantment of Secular Discourse challenges conventional academic wisdom and provides a welcome opportunity for others to re-examine their own positions. Michael J. Perry, author of The Political Morality of Liberal Democracy). Steven D. Smith is Warren Distinguished Professor of Law at the University of San Diego and Co-Executive Director of the USD Institute for Law and Religion.
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Of the many challenges facing liberal democracy, none is as powerful and pervasive today as those posed by religion. These are the challenges taken up in Obligations of Citizenship and Demands of Faith, an exploration of the place of religion in contemporary public life.
The essays in this volume suggest that two important shifts have altered the balance between the competing obligations of citizenship and faith: the growth of religious pluralism and the escalating calls of religious groups for some measure of autonomy or recognition from democratic majorities. The authors--political theorists, philosophers, legal scholars, and social scientists--collectively argue that more room should be made for religion in today's democratic societies. Though they advocate different ways of carving out and justifying the proper bounds of "church and state" in pluralist democracies, they all write from within democratic theory and share the aim of democratic accommodation of religion. Alert to national differences in political circumstances and the particularities of constitutional and legal systems, these contributors consider the question of religious accommodation from the standpoint of institutional practices and law as well as that of normative theory.
Unique in its interdisciplinary approach and comparative focus, this volume makes a timely and much-needed intervention in current debates about religion and politics. The contributors are Nancy L. Rosenblum, Alan Wolfe, Ronald Thiemann, Michael McConnell, Graham Walker, Amy Gutmann, Kent Greenawalt, Aviam Soifer, Harry Hirsch, Gary Jacobsohn, Yael Tamir, Martha Nussbaum, and Carol Weisbrod.
Author: Nancy L. Rosenblum
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: Princeton University Press (April 10, 2000)
Pages: 400 pages
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