A new review of my book on Constitutionalism, Democracy and Religious Freedom. To Be Fully Human (2017) in the Ecclesiastical Law Journal: ‘This book is an enjoyably spry reflection on the pitfalls of aggressive secularism and the atomistic tendencies of modern liberal individualism. Ten Napel deploys comparative legal method, interdisciplinary scholarship and social pluralist thought… Continue reading New review of book on Constitutionalism, Democracy and Religious Freedom. To Be Fully Human (2017) in Ecclesiastical Law Journal
See: eBook (VitalSource) Kindle (Amazon) Table of Contents Introduction 1. In Medias Res: Communal Religious Freedom under Pressure 2. Social Pluralist Constitutionalism 3. Pluriform Democracy 4. A Generous Conception of Religious Freedom Conclusion: "A Horizon of Beauty"
The latest issue of the Journal Perspectives on Political Science (Vol. 46, 2017, nr. 1) contains a symposium on Christian Democracy and America. The abstract of the introduction to the symposium, authored by Hunter Baker, reads as follows: 'The confluence of the Supreme Court's Obergefell decision on gay marriage and the unusual nature of the… Continue reading Symposium on Christian Democracy and America: ‘Can Christian Democracy Be America’s Next European Import?’