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Legitimacy Gap: Secularism, Religion, and Culture in Comparative Constitutional Law

Author(s) By Vincent Depaigne (Policy Officer, Fundamental Rights Unit, Policy Officer, Fundamental Rights Unit, European Commission).
Publisher Oxford University Press
ISBN 9780198803829
Practice Area Human rights & civil liberties law
Format Hardback
Pages 242
Published in United Kingdom
Published 27 Jul 2017
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£63.15

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This book addresses the 'legitimacy gap' created by the removal of religion as a source of legitimacy for the foundation of secular states, when many of the world's states are still profoundly religious but require procedural, rather than substantive, grounds for constitutional arrangements.

Legitimacy Gap: Secularism, Religion, and Culture in Comparative Constitutional Law - ISBN 9780198803829

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