Journals Higher Education



09 November 2009

352 Pages

ISBN: 9780199566624

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Religious Voices in Public Places

Edited by Nigel Biggar and Linda Hogan

  • Addresses an issue of major contemporary political significance
  • Analyses the work of three of the key theorists in this field: John Rawls, Jeffrey Stout and Jürgen Habermas
  • Moves between theory and practice to cogently illustrate ideas
  • Expands the debate from the US into UK, European, Canadian and Australian contexts
  • Explicitly engages with Christian, Jewish, Islamic, and secular ideologies