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Litigating Religions


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Part 1: Context 1: Concepts and Cases 2: Ideology 3: Institutions Part 2: Problems 4: The Teleological Problem 5: The Epistemological Problem 6: The Ontological Problem Part 3: Ways Forward 7: Rethinking the Fundamentals of Human Rights Theory 8: How Should Courts Approach Religious Litigation? 9: How Should Religions Approach Human Rights?

About the Author

Christopher McCrudden is Professor of Human Rights and Equality Law at Queen's University, Belfast; William W Cook Global Professor of Law at the University of Michigan Law School; and a practising barrister at Blackstone Chambers in London. A Fellow of the British Academy, he is the author of numerous titles, including: Buying Social Justice (OUP, 2007); Courts and Consociations: Human Rights versus Power-Sharing (OUP, 2013); and editor of Understanding Human Dignity (OUP, 2013).

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