The International Human Right to Freedom of Conscience: Some Suggestions for Its Development and Application: Some Suggestions for Its Development and Application, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

The International Human Right to Freedom of Conscience: Some Suggestions for Its Development and Application

Some Suggestions for Its Development and Application, 1st Edition

By Leonard M Hammer

Routledge

312 pages

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This title was first published in 2002: This text addresses the problem of conflict that arises between the human right to freedom of religion and the human right to freedom of belief, for example, certain religious beliefs are in conflict with certain women's rights. The pricipal goal of this book is to distinguish between the more formalized, and recognized, notion of protecting religious beliefs from what is referred to as conscientious beliefs - a belief external to a religious context.

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