Is Freedom of Conscience Superior to Freedom of Religion?
This essay explores whether claims that would otherwise be brought as religious liberty infringements are better reformulated and brought as violations of the right to freedom of conscience. Is there greater 'traction' for claimants in doing so given the increasing unpopularity of the label 'religion'?
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Keywords: Religion; Conscience; John Locke; Roger Williams; Jeremy Waldron; Brian Barry; Exemptions; Accommodation
Research Type: Journal Article