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University of Chicago Law School

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Thursday, March 14, 2013

"Why Tolerate Religion?" in the Harvard Law Review (March 2013)

A nice short notice:  "Why Tolerate Religion? is a readable book that exposes several tenuous assumptions underlying the predominant justifications for religious exemptions. At the same time, it provides a fresh and intuitive framework for analyzing conscience-based objections to facially neutral laws that should appeal to legal practitioners, jurists, and philosophers alike."

 

http://leiterlawschool.typepad.com/leiter/2013/03/why-tolerate-religion-in-the-harvard-law-review-march-2013.html

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