Religion civile

Le dernier numéro de George Washington International Law Review (2010, 41, 4) porte sur la religion civile (Civil Religion in the United States and Europe).

– Introduction—Civil Religions: Models and Perspectives (Silvio Ferrari), p.749
– Is Laïcité the Civil Religion of France? (Blandine Chelini-Pont), p.765
– Laïcité as Civil Religion: An Italian-American Perspective (Pasquale Annicchino), p.817
– Civil Religion in France: The Gallican Hypothesis (Emmanuel Tawil), p.827
– Civil Religion in Italy: A “Mission Impossible”? (Alessandro Ferrari), p.839
– The New American Civil Religion: Lessons for Italy (Andrew Koppelman), p.861
-Why Are We Talking about Civil Religion Now?: Comments on “Civil Religion in Italy: A ‘Mission Impossible’?” (Alessandro Ferrari, Winnifred Fallers Sullivan), p.877
– American Civil Religion: An Idea Whose Time Is Past (Frederick Gedicks), p.891
– Obama and the American Civil Religion from the Political Left (David Fontana), p.909
– American Civil Religion As Seen from France (Pierre-Henri Prélot), p.913
– A Religious Basis of Liberal Democracy (Michael Perry), p.923
– The Changing Civil Religion of Secular Europe (Marco Ventura), p.947
– Sacralization of the State and Secular Nationalism: Foundations of Civil Religion in Turkey (Talip Kucukcan), p.963


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Anne-Laure Zwilling (16 avril 2011). Religion civile. sociorel. Consulté le 13 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/ucam


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